School of Diplomacy News

2024School of Diplomacy News

Kazuya Mori, Japanese Diplomat, Visits Seton Hall

On the bottom floor of Seton Hall University’s Walsh Library on April 11, Japanese diplomat Kazuya Mori addressed students, discussing the topic: “Japan around you and why it matters to the world.” Many Japanese language students were in attendance, looking over a table of Japanese tourism brochures and practicing their language skills in conversation with their classmates.

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2024April 2024School of Diplomacy News

UNGA President Dennis Francis Visits Seton Hall University

On March 26, 2024, Seton Hall University’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations hosted the President of the 78th General Assembly of the United Nations, Dennis Francis. He spoke to students, faculty, and alumni in a discussion on the role of the UN General Assembly in accomplishing the goals he set out for his administration as they aim to move toward peace, prosperity, and sustainability for all.

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2024March 2024School of Diplomacy NewsSHUMUN

SHUMUN Holds its 25th Model UN Conference

On February 24 and 25, over 250 high school students from 14 high schools across New Jersey attended Seton Hall University’s annual Seton Hall University Model United Nations (SHUMUN) Conference. Every year, Seton Hall’s Model UN Team (SHUNA) hosts a conference for high schoolers called SHUMUN, and this year celebrated the conference’s 25th anniversary on campus.

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2024March 2024School of Diplomacy NewsConflict and Security

UDSA Visits UN Institute for Disarmament

On Friday, March 1, Seton Hall University’s Undergraduate Diplomacy Student Association (UDSA) organized a trip where students of Seton Hall had the opportunity to visit the United Nations Institute for Disarmament (UNIDIR), where they attended the Cyber Stability Conference. This conference, hosted at the New York UN headquarters, had the theme of “Unpacking Cyber Threats to International Peace and Security.”

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2024Student Internship SpotlightMarch 2024School of Diplomacy News

Internship Spotlight: Working in the Archives

Nestled within the halls of Seton Hall University’s Walsh Library is a treasure trove of historical artifacts and documents that speak volumes about the institution’s rich legacy. As an undergraduate student intern at the Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center, I’ve had the privilege of engaging with this repository of memories, unraveling narratives from previous eras, and engaging in the meticulous craft of preserving history.

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