WSOU holds summer line-up for recent college grads

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Seton Hall University’s WSOU’s “Thank God For Monday” radio show is offering a series of specially-focused programs for the “dog days of summer” to keep new and seasoned workers alike inspired and engaged. Hosted by Clifton native Brother Greg Cellini, the series kicks off with three programs for recent college graduates, […]

Seton Hall University’s College of Arts and Sciences appoints new dean

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Seton Hall University recently announced the appointment of Peter W. Shoemaker as the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, effective July 1. “Dr. Shoemaker is a distinguished academician who possesses the experience, portfolio and vision needed to effectively lead the university,” Larry A. Robinson, provost and executive vice […]

Seton Hall’s debate team captures 157 awards at tournaments across the country

Seton Hall’s debate team captures 157 awards at tournaments across the country

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Seton Hall University College of Communication and the Arts Brownson Speech and Debate Team’s year culminated with a strong finish at the National Forensics Association Tournament at Ball State University in Muncie, Ind. Megan Ferguson, Stephanie Gomulka and Siobhan McGirl were awarded ninth place overall in the President’s II Division. […]

Christie administration selects 32 higher education institutions to receive capital improvement grants

TRENTON, NJ — According to a press release from the administration of Gov. Chris Christie, Secretary of Higher Education Rochelle Hendricks has sent the Legislature her certified list of 35 higher education capital construction project grants that will boost technology, support the health sciences, and renovate laboratories and classrooms at 32 institutions across the state. […]

Recent graduate honors Seton Hall family legacy

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — On May 16, Michael Bennett of Tustin, Calif., joined three previous generations of his family in the ranks of Seton Hall alumni. Following in the footsteps of his great-grandfather Cornelius Nolan, grandfather William Nolan and uncle Brian Nolan, Bennett graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in classical studies […]

Teentech inspires young women for careers in STEM fields

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — More than 200 young women and 25 educators from high schools throughout New Jersey gathered at Seton Hall University for the American Association of University Women of New Jersey’s Teentech 2016, a day of hands-on workshops designed to engage young women in the broad opportunities available in science, technology, engineering and […]

Residents gather for Orlando shooting vigil

Residents gather for Orlando shooting vigil

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — On Tuesday, June 14, hundreds of residents from South Orange, Maplewood and the surrounding area joined political leaders, members of the clergy and activist groups in a vigil outside the South Orange Fire Department Headquarters to show support for the city of Orlando, Fla., and all affected by the June 12 […]

Seton Hall professors publish book for educators on parent involvement

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Two faculty members of Seton Hall University’s College of Education and Human Services have published “Getting Parents on Board: Partnering to Increase Math and Literacy Achievement, K–5,” a book for educators to learn how to work more effectively with elementary school parents to increase student achievement. The book, published by Routledge, […]

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