A call to student leadership drives dedicated Seton Hall graduates to serve in the Peace Corps. The experience is often a transformative one for all involved.
Father Laurence T. Murphy, who taught at Seton Hall and briefly served as University President, helped forge a historic link between Seton Hall and China, starting in 1979.
As the University’s Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, Seton Hall magazine profiles its founder, Jeanine Cavanagh.
Faculty at the School of Diplomacy and International Relations do more than teach about conflict resolution and reconstruction in the classroom. They actively engage in the process of fostering and maintaining peace abroad.
But it was his first participation in the peace process in Mozambique that left an indelible mark. The journey that would take Bartoli to the southeast African nation numerous times began in Italy in the 1970s.
Seton Hall and Hackensack University Health Network launch plans to create New Jersey’s only private medical school.
The family of Seton Hall student Vivi Tran ‘76 needed help in 1975 after the fall of Saigon. Seton Hall responded.
A. Gabriel Esteban’s strong Catholic faith, coupled with his leadership skills, makes him the right fit for the Seton Hall presidency.
A. Gabriel Esteban brings a unique perspective to his new position as interim president of Seton Hall. Because he had been provost — the University’s chief academic officer — he has a thorough grasp of what’s needed to educate and form future servant leaders. But as the parent of a Seton Hall junior, his perspective…