Tag Archive: diversity

Aug 01

Slavic Club

The SHU Slavic Club, originated by Prof. Anna Kuchta in 1990, as a social and cultural organization, currently with over 376 members, endeavors to introduce the Seton Hall University community to different Slavic cultures. Through Slavic music, art, trips to different Slavic events, museums, lectures and cuisines, Slavic Club tries to bridge cultural and ethnic …

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Aug 01

Seton Hall International Programs (SHIP)

Seton Hall International Programs (SHIP) is founded on three principles. First, that studying abroad is a life-changing and enriching experience that makes us better students, friends, people, and global citizens. Second, that educational exchange increases cultural understanding between people of different backgrounds. Third, and most relevant to our university, that everyone and anyone can study …

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Aug 01

Muslim Student Association

The Muslim Student Association is an organization that promotes religious tolerance. We work to bring about awareness of Islam as well as gap bridges between the Jewish, Muslim, and Christian faiths. Through cultural activities we add some fun to campus but continue to support educational programming to further educate our peers.

Aug 01

MLKSA – Martin Luther King Scholarship Association

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Association (MLKSA) is an organization that promotes servant leadership in its members as well as in the Seton Hall community. It strives to follow in the footsteps of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The organization promotes leadership by hosting a variety of programs on and off …

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Aug 01

International Student Association

The goal of the International Students Association is to promote diversity within Seton Hall University and provide the Seton Hall University community with the opportunity for awareness and understanding of world cultures. We aim to to (1) encourage and enhance interaction among international students at Seton Hall University, (2) enable their adjustment to the new …

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