The Seton Hall community responds with characteristic resilience in the face of a global pandemic.
John Strapp ’69 had a vision for taking a popular business-skills training program offered by the College of Arts and Sciences to the next level. His timing couldn’t have been better.
Shawna Cooper-Gibson, vice president of student services, is chairing a University-wide committee to help improve diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus.
Seton Hall’s video game teams are emerging as conference-leading competitors in the growing world of esports — and thanks to a new facility have a well-equipped home on campus.
Keaton Douglas has taken her talents for entertaining and created a program to help people heal from addiction. A class at the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology changed her life — and the lives of those in recovery.
“I came into America thinking, ‘OK, I speak the same language as Americans, so how hard is this going to be?’
Seton Hall offers a wide variety of options for students looking for a career related to the big business of sports.
Last month, I had the pleasure of formally dedicating our new Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) campus in Nutley and Clifton, New Jersey.
Are great leaders made or born? Seton Hall has proven just how well leadership can be cultivated through its award-winning program in the Stillman School of Business.