Eleven undergraduate and graduate students from the School of Diplomacy the opportunity to visit the U.S. Military Academy at West Point to learn about the work of the Combating Terrorism Center.Read more
Although we have previously abstained from writing editorials, the Editorial Board cannot, in good conscience, stay silent while the values of the School of Diplomacy are misrepresented by its elected senators.Read more
The Senate of the Student Government Association on February 6 voted to pass a resolution rejecting President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. The School of Diplomacy’s two senators abstained.Read more
Two days before the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States, there was barely any room to sit in the spacious Beck Rooms when members of the School of Diplomacy’s faculty seized the opportunity to discuss the future of international relations.Read more
Peter Neffenger’s well-attended address covered transportation security, innovation and entrepreneurship, public-private partnerships, terrorism, and the incoming Trump administration.Read more
The Women of Diplomacy Leadership Program hosted a panel discussion with alumnae, who reminded the audience of the need for women to empower one another.Read more
As the UNA-USA chapter on Seton Hall’s campus continues to grow and advocate for the Sustainable Development Goals, the club has shifted its focus from education about the SDGs to implementation. In comparison to last year’s United Nations Day celebration with Dr. Martin Edwards’s SDG Teach-In event, this year’s event was focused on UNA-SHU coming together as a chapter to do something tangible for refugees in New Jersey.Read more
A group of civil and political leaders from Venezuela visited the School of Diplomacy on October 3 to discuss grassroots democracy and civic participation.Read more
Robert Knake, the Whitney Shepardson senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, spoke to students at the School of Diplomacy on October 13 about his work on Internet governance, public-private partnerships, and cyber conflict.Read more
Tensions were high in the University Center as the College Democrats and College Republicans debated on policy differences, but underlying the event was a sense of mutual respect and a common goal for a better future for America.
The debate, hosted by the Unified Students’ Assembly and co-sponsored by the Student Government Association, is the first of its kind on the Seton Hall campus.