MASCL program suspended to undergo revamp
Oct19

MASCL program suspended to undergo revamp

Seton Hall’s Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Leadership (MASCL) program has stopped admitting students and will be suspended as of September 2017. At a College of Communication and the Arts faculty meeting on Friday, Sept. 30, a resolution to form a committee to assess all MASCL program reviews in order to make changes to the program was passed by a 6-2 vote, according to Monsignor Dennis Mahon, associate professor of...

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Curtain rises to present new courses for new college
Apr06

Curtain rises to present new courses for new college

As the College of Communication and the Arts continues embarking on its inaugural year, the faculty within the new school are working behind the scenes to create a new curriculum. Heading the efforts to revamp the school’s educational offerings is Interim Director of Curriculum and New College Initiatives, Thomas Rondinella. When searching for new courses to add to the school, Rondinella looks for new concepts which can complement...

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Inaugural convocation held
Oct28

Inaugural convocation held

The College of Communication and the Arts’ first convocation ceremony on Oct. 26 in the Jubilee Hall Auditorium, was “a big deal”, as SHU alumnus (1976) keynote speaker and ESPN’s longest-tenured on-air employee Bob Ley put it. Jubilee Auditorium was filled with energy and anticipation for the event. The new College’s faculty paced around the room before the ceremony, and students majoring in everything from art history to...

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New College of Communication lacks communication

Earlier this week, hundreds of students gathered in Jubilee Auditorium for the convocation of the new College of Communication and the Arts. Guided by luminaries, we walked in scattered packs across the Green and ignited plastic candle stubs as a school to signify a new start. In the fall evening breeze, plastic collapsible tables that once held crisp new T-shirts stood bare, greeting the final arriving students, a stark contrast to...

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Communication and the Arts graduates to receive school’s new diploma
Sep23

Communication and the Arts graduates to receive school’s new diploma

The start of the 2015-2016 academic year means seniors, who have majors in  the College of Communication and the Arts will receive specialized degrees when graduating from Seton Hall University. The university’s Board of Regents approved the formation of the College of Communication and the Arts earlier this summer. The Office of the Provost said it has garnered widespread support and enthusiasm throughout the Seton Hall community....

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College of Communication banner unveiled
Sep16

College of Communication banner unveiled

The recently formed College of Communication and the Arts unveiled its banner at the freshman convocation on Aug. 30. The new banner follows the same University template all banners of Seton Hall’s colleges use. Program Chair and associate professor for Art and Design, Christine Krus, created the design coordinating the three different parts of the college to three different colors—grey, white and pink. Deirdre Yates, Interim Dean of...

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Introducing the College of Communication and the Arts
Sep10

Introducing the College of Communication and the Arts

  Seton Hall University welcomed the College of Communication and the Arts as it begins its first semester during the 2015 academic year. According to Deirdre Yates, Interim Dean of the College, this transition is a natural outgrowth that grants Seton Hall the opportunity to compete with other local, specialized colleges of communication and the arts. She said the number of students enrolling in communication and art programs...

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