from NYTs Bruce Schonbraun is an avid collector of tennis memorabilia. He owns hundreds of antique rackets and old tournament programs. Recently, he added to his collection an entire tennis club, the faded gem Orange Lawn, once one of the most prominent sites on the international tennis tour. The club, which sits on a hill […]
from Center for UN and Global Governance Studies More here.
from The Setonian The Department of Public Safety will introduce a new TapRide mobile application to the Seton Hall Community and SafeRide passengers next Monday, Sept. 28. Downloading the TapRide app give users the ability to pinpoint their location and request a SafeRide vehicle for them and up to five additional passengers, granted that they […]
from Pirate Press Seton Hall University’s Class of 2014 has a significantly higher employment rate than the national average six months after graduation. A University Career Center-sponsored survey of the alumni shows an employment rate of 86 percent in a career-related job six months post-graduation. The National Association of Colleges and Employers’ Preliminary Results Report […]
from SHU Meg Reilly ’12 took an unusual turn in her post-college life. She left behind a coveted position to enlist in a yearlong, 40,000-mile ocean race. More here.
from Career Services One week from today the Richie Regan Fieldhouse will be filled with over 75 employers looking to meet prospective interns and full time staff. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to line up fall, spring or summer internships or land the perfect job. WHEN: Thursday, September 18th from 3:30 (pre-fair) until 6 WHERE: Richie Regan […]
from Career Services Come to the University Center Main Lounge on Tuesday, September 9 anytime between 3:45 and 5:45 for the RESUME REVIEW & CAREER FAIR CLINIC. Have your resume reviewed, practice your 30 second pitch and take a new LinkedIN photo. All of this plus some great door prizes to get you ready for the FALL CAREER FAIR on September 18th from […]
from abc27.com The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) announced today that the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University and West Virginia University’s P.I. Reed School of Journalism and College of Business and Economics are the latest schools to offer the PRSA MBA-Level Strategic Communications Course. The course was formally launched on September 18, following the completion of a successful pilot […]
from NYTs JASMINE GAO, who is 19, just wasn’t the classroom type. So instead of languishing in college, she dropped out after her freshman year. Ms. Gao decided that she didn’t want to continue studying at Baruch College, part of the City University of New York. At first she considered transferring to Carnegie Mellon in […]