Only a handful of Roman Catholic priests have won Emmys, and this summer Father Michael Russo ‘67/M.Div.’75 became one of them.
Houssam Eddine Beggas left a broadcast career in Algeria to study at Seton Hall and deepen his understanding of international affairs.
The president of Morristown Medical Center, Trish O’Keefe, M.S.N. ’94/Ph.D. ’14 is known for her compassion and dedication.
Seton Hall’s first female valedictorian, Elaine Lardieri Edgcomb ’69, went on to become a pioneer in microfinance.
Daniel Acon ’80 built a lasting career in special effects — and got his start at Seton Hall.
Seton Hall’s leadership development program gets a big boost from turnaround management pioneer Gerald P. Buccino ’63.
I will never forget my first day as a Seton Hall student. I arrived on campus eager to learn about my University and to experience life as a Setonian. On that day, the University family embraced me as one of its own. And in time, I learned to stand on the strength of that family…
John J. Petillo, ‘69/M.A. ‘71, Ph.D., served as the University’s first chancellor from 1983 through 1989. He was only 36 when appointed, and over the course of his six years in the post he was at the forefront of what became known as the “Seton Hall Renaissance,” which included a large number of building projects…
Joe and Martha Andreski have lived in eight states across the U.S. But their enduring connection to the place they grew up and to Seton Hall led them to fund a new student scholarship.