As Dermot Quinn explains in the newly published Seton Hall University: A History, 1856-2006, the University owes its foundation to three central figures: Bishop James Roosevelt Bayley, Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton and Father Bernard McQuaid.
Professor Michael Ambrosio makes a case for giving back to Seton Hall.
Federal grants help healthcare students get critical training to fight the opioid overdose epidemic.
As the Federal Pell Grant program marks its 50th anniversary, we look at how the grants — and other critical support — allow Seton Hall students to succeed.
Margarita Balmaceda’s third Fulbright project involves both carbon and hydrogen as she heads to Germany to study industrial decarbonization.
Seton Hall magazine editor Pegeen Hopkins spoke to professor Penina Orenstein to learn more.
Shannon Holsey, M.A. ’14, president of the Stockbridge-Munsee band of Mohican Indians, tackles the challenges of leading during demanding times.
Diplomacy student Kelly Tobin earned the prestigious Boren Award just a few years after her sister Emma ’19.
Jorge López Cortina immersed himself in a program teaching how to write the Cham language using its traditional script.