Assistant Professor Gregory Wiedman received part of a five-year National Institute for Health research grant to develop a pathway to treat a deadly fungal disease, Cryptococcus neoformans.
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Second-year grad student Mia Oliveri took the Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Summer 2022 Nuclear Nonproliferation, Safeguards, and Security in the 21st Century course (NNSS).
The Digital Religion Workshop, hosted by Palacký University featured speakers from around the world. Dr. Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D., was invited to participate as the keynote speaker.
The Department of Information Technology has received reports of a rise in SMS phishing attempts, known as “smishing”. Smishing is a form of cyber scam that utilizes SMS, or text, messages.
Seton Hall University is proud to announce that Dylan “RealPrismsword” Ladd, has been selected as the Seton Hall League of Legends Coach.
Watch the recap video of Esports championship winning Rocket League team.
The Adobe Creative Project aims to cultivate, innovate, and increase digital literacy skills by using one or more of the Adobe Creative tools to enhance or replace a class project.
Jose Lopez’s work with cold plasmas could help evolve agriculture and transportation industries.
Innovative Seton Hall chem/biochem faculty advance women in science and commit to green chemistry.
With the addition of 2 Big East Titles and a National Title to their acclaim, Seton Hall Esports is looking to continue its success into the Fall.
Seton Hall University is proud to announce that Blake “Ulti” Griesbauer, has been selected as the Seton Hall Rocket League Coach, effective September 26th, 2022.
Two Ph.D. in Chemistry students completed the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps program, a selective training program that prepares scientists to commercialize their technologies.
Now accepting applications for the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium 2022-23 Academic Year Research Fellowships. Deadline is October 21, 2022.
Registration is now open for the Solar Power Platform Hackathon held from October 21 – 23, sponsored by Microsoft, Seton Hall and Solar Landscape.
Senior Jennifer Orth took the stage at the 16th World Congress of Bioethics held in Basel, Switzerland to present her research project, Recontextualizing Yellow Peril for the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry once again hosted the annual North Jersey ACS Project SEED Symposium featuring student presentations. This event was held for the first time since 2019.
Celebrating National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Seton Hall hosts the NJ Cybersecurity Conference to connect students, university faculty and administrators with cybersecurity business leaders.
Students in the Environmental Studies program share their summer activities and achievements.
The School of Diplomacy and International Relations and the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies are proud to offer the new Cybersecurity for Professionals program.
As an Adobe Creative Campus, Seton Hall is part of a select group of colleges and universities that are driving the future of digital literacy within the global higher education community.
The Seton Hall University Catholic Studies Program will take center stage at a July 23 webinar sponsored by the Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology (ITEST).
Amy Hunter, Ph.D., will serve a three-year leadership role in the oldest regional psychology association in the United States.
Environmental Studies students were recently recognized as a Waterfront Scholar and Landsberger Foundation Scholarship recipients.
New data subscription Statista now available to the SHU Community and summer data workshops will enhance your data literacy.
Four graduate students, mentored by Jessica Cottrell, Ph.D., won first and second place in the graduate-level category for their osteoimmunology research at the NJWEA’s annual conference.