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Seton Hall College of Communication and the Arts Prepares for Launch of New Graduate and Doctoral Programs


Dr. Renee Robinson, director of the Center for Graduate Studies, and the Communication and the Arts faculty, have laid the groundwork for several cutting-edge advanced degree programs — including an online M.A. in communication and a Ph.D. in communication — all on path to launch in Fall of 2018.


Seton Hall Receives One of Largest Gift Commitments in its History

Seton Hall University has received a $6 million addition to a $2 million estate gift commitment from an anonymous donor to support the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. The gift will endow a faculty chair, fund research, develop new initiatives and offer financial support and scholarships to students.

Edwin R. Lewinson with his seeing-eye dog Hebe and Bronx City Councilman Merola outside the City Commission on Human rights office where he filed his complaint. January 02, 1969. New York Post.

Seton Hall Announces Center for the Study of Labor, Inequality & Social Justice

In honor of the late Seton Hall History Professor Edwin R. Lewinson—a groundbreaking scholar-activist in civil, disability, and labor rights—the College of Arts and Sciences at Seton Hall has announced the foundation of the Edwin R. Lewinson Center for the Study of Labor, Inequality, and Social Justice, which will advance labor studies in broad terms, including critical matters of social justice and inequality as they relate to employment and the quest for economic security and wellbeing among all peoples.











Teen Texting Study Named a ‘Best of’ by NPR’s ‘Academic Minute’

An NPR “Academic Minute” radio broadcast by Dr. Peter Polos, of Seton Hall’s Division of Medical Residencies and Fellowships, on the teen texting study he led and published, was named a “Best of”.