High school students from six cities convened at Seton Hall to take part in a teen social entrepreneurship conference that focuses on empowering area youth to find solutions to societal problems.
The 2021-2022 National Security Fellowship graduate research team gave a briefing to a senior command staff member from the Naval Special Warfare Command on May 6.
The National Security Fellowship (NSF) graduate student research team briefed the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on Tuesday, May 10.
Timothy Hoffman ‘15/M.P.A. 16’, presented at the 8th International Symposium on Service Learning on the successes of the Center for Community Research and Engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Msgr. William Noé Field Archives and Special Collections Center has added two medieval manuscript facsimiles to its collections, the Book Altar of Philip the Good, and the Bible Moralisée De La Bi
Seton Hall’s National Security Fellowship develops an operational paper with recommendations for a federal agency, annually, and was supported by FNA technology for the first time.
This year, three professors from the School of Diplomacy and International Relations received awards highlighting their achievements – Professors Huang, de Silva, and Murphy.
The 2021-2022 National Security Fellowship graduate student research team briefed leaders in the U.S. Department of State on Wednesday, April 27, concluding their yearlong project for the agency.
Speech-Language Pathology faculty and SHU athletic trainers partner to study speech changes in mild traumatic brain injuries
We are proud to announce the establishment of the Seton Hall University’s Pre-Health Advisory Committee.
2022 University Research Council Award cycle
Research by University faculty and students on the emerging field of plasma agriculture can help meet major global challenges of the 21st century.
The theme of excellence continues at Seton Hall and culminated on Thursday, March 31, at the Teacher/Researcher of the Year Awards, where we recognized incredible achievements and commitment.
Alina Pap, a doctoral candidate in Higher Education Leadership, has targeted her research on the impact of diversity and inclusion in international academic programs.
Faculty spotlight on Professor Michael Vigorito.
Seton Hall University has been awarded twelve academic year fellowships for science, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) undergraduate students by the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium (NASA).
Georgetown University researchers found that Seton Hall alumni earn an additional $1.4 million over their career, which placed the University in the Top 10 percent nationally for student ROI.
In concert with the Prestigious Fellowships program, the Provost's Office announces the third annual Undergraduate Research Support program designed to stimulate and facilitate the undergraduate participation in professional research.
This online certificate program offers qualitative/quantitative market research courses for professionals seeking to make good business decisions and get ahead of their competition.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, Mayor Sheena Collum of South Orange and Professor Ijeoma Opara of the Yale School of Public Health will visit Seton Hall to present at Social Justice Certificate program.
Diplomacy Student Sasha Amelang presented her research on the international response to the COVID-19 pandemic during a UN High-Level Political Forum held on July 5th, 2021.
The co-authored study titled, “Diminishing Returns of Information Quality: Untangling the Determinants of Best Answer Selection,” has been published in Computers in Human Behavior.
Seton Hall University was awarded $1.5 million in grants to foster student success, retention and experiential learning.
On July 30, join us for "Recovery from Opioid Use Disorders," during which industry leaders will discuss current and future treatments used to combat the national opioid overdose crisis.
The Archives & Special Collections Center of the University Libraries has been awarded a grant from the National Archives to support the collections from five pathbreaking New Jersey politicians.