The Alumni Board of Directors is pleased to announce its newest members, who began their terms this month as key ambassadors to the alumni network.
News and Events
Students in the College of Communication and the Arts have produced a feature video for an organization dedicated to educating the public and scientific community about Refsum disease.
College of Communication and the Arts Hosts Annual Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony.
Alumnus Bernie Wagenblast uses the skills he learned to help WSOU and St. Michael Church in Cranford.
Five WSOU graduates will be working at well-known networks in a variety of positions.
Three Seton Hall undergraduate students were able to present their research in rhetorical criticism earlier this month, on April 9th at Felician Undergraduate Research Conference in Lodi, New Jersey.
The Buccino Leadership Institute, created in 2018, graduated its inaugural class of student leaders. The Class of 2022 completed four years of intense, interdisciplinary leadership development.
WSOU 89.5 FM is a winner in the category of "Political Coverage NYC Metro – Radio" for its 2021 Election night coverage.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, His Excellency António Guterres, delivered the address at Seton Hall's 166th baccalaureate commencement.
CommArts Master's Project and Thesis Presentations focused on topics such as communication during COVID-19 and the representation of Native Americans in museums.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that Americans would prefer a faster game and that Pitch Clock and PitchCom have major support from the younger demographic.
Museum Professions Student Presents Portion of Thesis
WSOU-FM's Thank God For Monday program welcomed College of Nursing Clinical Assistant Professor Katherine Connolly and students Patricia Esposito and Colleen Osbahr in honor of National Nurses Week.
The Brownson Speech and Debate team recently competed in their second National Championship at the American Forensics Association National Speech Tournament in Nebraska.
The Scholars Forum in CIT welcomes Dr. Ruth Tsuria talking about her recent publication, Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in Digital Media, second edition (Routledge, 2021).
Former sports columnist Jane McManus will serve as the inaugural executive director of the recently established Center for Sports Media within the College of Communication and the Arts.
Seton Hall's Office of Graduate Affairs recently announced additional scholarship opportunities in select programs for incoming students pursuing their master’s degree this fall.
Assistant Professor of Journalism Matthew Pressman has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities stipend for his project, "A History of the New York Daily News and its Populist Politics."
Museum Professions students were invited to work with the Morris Museum's historic Murtogh D. Guinness Collection of mechanical musical instruments and automata to provide contemporary insights.
A collaborative article of four professors (two of which belong to Seton Hall), has been selected for the International Communication Association in Paris, France.
Professor James J. Kimble again set the historic record straight, producing publicly for the first time the only known portrait of J. Howard Miller, the artist who created the "We Can Do It!" poster.
In an introductory event for the Center for Sports Media, former MLB all-star Alex Rodriguez connects with Seton Hall students to discuss life beyond the baseball diamond.
The Brownson Speech and Debate Team secures their first national champion award and a fifth place national victory at a recent Pi Kappa Delta National Convention.
Jon Radwan and Benjamin Giffone examine the 2019 "Pachamama" incident through both Platonic and Biblical frameworks.