Prior to 2015, the last two major academic units established at Seton Hall were the Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences created in 1987 and the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, with its inaugural class in 1998. In the past 10 months, we have been blessed to announce two major additions to our colleges and schools. After revealing plans for a new school of medicine in January — a project that continues to move forward — Seton Hall proudly launched a College of Communication and the Arts this past summer.
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Committing itself to a bold vision for the future while not forgetting that its success is rooted in the time-honored bonds of community.
On a recent trip to the Philippines, my wife, Jo, and I shared a chance encounter that reminded me of Seton Hall’s expanding global influence.