Calendar

Through the generosity of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Sharkey, transportation and admission for all Honors Program events are gratis to students enrolled in the program.

Pizza Party – Friday, Sept. 17

Friday, September 17, 2021
Honors Program Suite – Fahy Hall, 3rd Floor

4pm – 6pm
Come join us to celebrate the start of the new academic year.


Newark Museum – Saturday, Nov. 20

Vajravarahi, Tibetan, 15th Century at the Newark Museum
Saturday, November 20, 2021
The Newark Museum

The HONS1101 faculty invites interested students for a couple of hours at the Newark Museum on Saturday, November. 20. The focus will be on ancient Asian art and artifacts, particularly Chinese and Tibetan antiquities. Travel will be via NJ Transit from South Orange Station to Newark Broad (the museum is a quick walk from there).

Although this may be of particular interest to HONS1101 students, other Honors Program students and Honors alumni should contact Maisie (mary.mountcastle@shu.edu), if they are interested in joining in on this trip.


Historic Philadelphia – Sat., November 20

Independence Hall, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
Saturday, November 20, 2021

This trip correlates most closely to the 3rd Colloquium so HONS2103 students will be given first priority.  If you are a 3rd colloquium student and you wish to participate, please make sure to sign up when the sign up sheet goes ’round in class.  Other interested Honors Program students and Honors alumni are encouraged to contact Maisie, if they want to look into the possibility of being included on this trip.

The bus will leave from Seton Hall at 8am with arrival back to Seton Hall at about 5:30 (or a little earlier, if traffic  cooperates).  The day will include a tour of Independence Hall followed by a few hours to explore on your own.  For more information about Independence Hall and its vicinity, go to About Independence Hall 


Christmas Celebration – Tues., Dec. 14

Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Honors Program Suite – Fahy Hall, 3rd Floor

4:30pm – 6:30pm

Honors Program students and faculty come together to take a breath (it’s the evening of reading day, after all, so read and study and then take a Christmassy break).  It will be a nice chance to share some time together to celebrate Christmas  & the upcoming winter holidays.