Letter to the editor
Apr25

Letter to the editor

Dear Editors, As deans of the College of Nursing, School of Health and Medical Sciences and School of Medicine, we are writing in response to the April 19 editorial “Hasta la vista, Seton Hall School of Medicine.” We do not believe that it accurately represents the University’s plans for the new Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) campus and the School of Medicine. While the related news article about these plans correctly...

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Application required to demonstrate on campus
Feb11

Application required to demonstrate on campus

It is common knowledge among the American people that freedom of speech and the right to assembly are protected under the first amendment. However, some may be surprised to learn that students at Seton Hall University and other colleges around the country are required to apply to the University administration to be allowed to protest. Enacted on Aug. 21, 2017, the Student Protest Policy requires a student planning a demonstration or...

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SHU hosts third annual Art in the Hall contest
Dec08

SHU hosts third annual Art in the Hall contest

Stafford Hall will be showcasing a few select art pieces from the winners and honorably mentioned artists who participated in the third annual art in the Hall contest. The paintings will be displayed throughout 2017. The third annual art in the Hall contest featured art forms representing the select artists’ visions on the theme of social justice. The deadline was Dec. 2. The art pieces will be judged by select student...

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Diplo Dean Bartoli lectures in the Village of SO
Apr20

Diplo Dean Bartoli lectures in the Village of SO

The dean of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Andrea Bartoli, will speak at the First Presbyterian and Trinity Church’s annual Yamba/Manley Lecture Series on April 24. “Dean Bartoli would be a perfect guest speaker to invite since the committee focuses on matters that promote peace, tolerance, and justice,” lecture host Maria Ricardo said in an email interview. The lecture will be held at the church from 3-5 p.m....

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New A&S Dean peers into a bright future at SHU
Apr13

New A&S Dean peers into a bright future at SHU

Out of the upwards of 50 candidates who applied for Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Peter Shoemaker almost didn’t make the cut. “It’s funny: I missed the official deadline by a couple of days, so I was unsure whether my application would be considered,” he said in an email. “Luckily, it was.” The Office of the Provost sent a University-wide email on Friday with details of Shoemaker’s appointment, which becomes effective...

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Yates swaps Interim with Founding as CCA Dean
Mar30

Yates swaps Interim with Founding as CCA Dean

The Office of the Provost has announced that Deirdre Yates, interim dean of the College of Communication and the Arts, has been named the Founding Dean of the college, which was established in 2015. According to the press release the Office of the Provost sent out on March 21, Yates has been a member of SHU faculty since 1992 and achieved the rank of full professor in 2007. She has received the University Humanitarian Award and was...

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President welcomes new Medical School Dean
Feb24

President welcomes new Medical School Dean

Dr. Bonita Stanton has been named founding dean of Seton Hall University and Hackensack University Health Network’s (UHN) new school of medicine, which is set to open in fall 2018. The hiring of Stanton is said to be an important first step for the medical school, according to Seton Hall University President A. Gabriel Esteban. This is a significant step in establishing the new medical school among many other crucial details such as...

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Dean of CEHS steps down, reflects on legacy
Jan28

Dean of CEHS steps down, reflects on legacy

Grace May, dean of the College of Education and Human Services since 2012, will step down from her position at the end of her tenure this year. May’s decision to leave the post is due to “personal reasons,” according to a statement from the Office of the Provost. May will remain at Seton Hall, where she started in 1994, in the Department of Educational Studies as a professor. May has taught courses at Seton Hall in the College’s...

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