Last week it was announced that the approvals for the parking garage construction have been delayed by the South Orange Board of Adjustment, according to Vice President of Administration Dennis Garbini.
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Provost and Executive Vice President Dr. Larry A. Robinson announced on Monday the new dean of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations will be Dr. Andrea Bartoli.
Campus construction continues with full force during the summer at Seton Hall, preparing for the return of students.
Newark resident, 24-year-old Kaiyri Bennett was arrested on Thurs. June 13 in regards to the shooting and assault that occurred on May 8, 2012 at the Seton Hall Grove Terrace apartments, according to the South Orange police blotter.
The Provost Office sent an email out to the Seton Hall community on Friday June 14, announcing that the Whitehead School of Diplomacy will be undergoing a name change due to the request of John C. Whitehead to have his name removed.
Joseph Unanue, former member of the Board of Regents, philanthropist, funder of the Joseph A. Unanue Institute for Latin American Studies at Seton Hall University and supporter of the entire community passed away.
The class of 2017 will come together at the annual New Student Convocation on August 25 at 4 p.m. to celebrate a new beginning as students at Seton Hall.
More than 1,000 Seton Hall graduates received degrees and took the next steps to starting their future on May 20 at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The South Orange Planning Board approved the renovation plans for Aquinas and Stafford halls which means construction can start, on April 10.
A petition signed by South Orange residents was started to stop Seton Hall from expanding the University Center.
Chief Information Officer Dr. Stephen Landry announced the finalization of the laptop selection for Mobile Computing 2013 as the Lenovo ThinkPad Helix, instead of the slate or Samsung Ultrabook from this year.
Recent reports of sales people starting to solicit for used text books on campus illegally have been made to the head of the Department of Public Safety and Security, Gary Christie.
An extension will be added to the parking garage, once plans are approved, to create 500 extra parking spaces, according to Vice President of Administration Dennis Garbini and Associate Vice President of Facilities and Operations John Signorello.
The On the Shoulders We Stand Award will be presented to two female students at the 2013 Women's Conference on Friday.
The 2013 Woman of the Year Award has two recipients this year, professor Marta Deyrup and dean's secretary of Arts & Sciences Brenda Knight, the awards will be presented at the Women's Conference on Friday.
A new bike policy was announced on Monday by Vice President of Student Services Dr. Tracy Gottlieb.
Progress has been made on Seton Hall's Strategic Plan, From Strength to Strength, which calls for selective investment in high-performing and high-potential academic programs, according to an email sent out by Dr. Larry Robinson, Provost and Executive Vice President.
Leap on Bullying Day was held on Saturday to celebrate the work the student run anti-bullying group, LEAP, did this past week to advocate awareness on bullying at the Boys and Girls Club of Newark, according to a press release sent out by LEAP member Sabrina Browne.
Seton Hall University has been awarded a $10,000 grant by the Investors Foundation, which provides funding to organizations that enrich the communities served by Investors Bank, according to a press release sent by Investors Foundation.
Seton Hall has entered the National Bateman Case Study Competition for public relations majors, and with this year's focus is on the prevention of bullying.