“The Mitzvah Project” comes to the Hill

“It is imperative to learn lessons of the dangers of intolerance so that events such as these will never happen again,” said Tim Crain, director of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education (NCCHE) at Seton Hill University (SHU). Tuesday evening, SHU and the NCCHE hosted “The Mitzvah Project.” The event was performed and presented…

SHU students travel to present phages research

Seton Hill University’s Natalie Frydryck, a sophomore double major in forensics and biology, and Jordan McCready, a medical technology major, will be travelling down to the Janelia Research Campus located in Ashburn, Va. June 9-11 to present a poster and talk about the work of the BL 100 Foundations of Scientific Inquiry courses taught at…

SHU students travel to present phages research

Seton Hill University’s Natalie Frydryck, a sophomore double major in forensics and biology, and Jordan McCready, a medical technology major, will be travelling down to the Janelia Research Campus located in Ashburn, Va. June 9-11 to present a poster and talk about the work of the BL 100 Foundations of Scientific Inquiry courses taught at…

Seton Hill University celebrates Class of 2017 at graduation

The Class of 2017 graduated from Seton Hill University on Saturday, May 13 in McKenna Center. Graduating students were awarded bachelor degrees in arts, fine arts, music, science and social work, along with certificates in genre writing, graphic design, music therapy and pastoral ministry. In addition to the students, Sandra S. Mellon was awarded the…

Seton Hill University celebrates Class of 2017 at graduation

The Class of 2017 graduated from Seton Hill University on Saturday, May 13 in McKenna Center. Graduating students were awarded bachelor degrees in arts, fine arts, music, science and social work, along with certificates in genre writing, graphic design, music therapy and pastoral ministry. In addition to the students, Sandra S. Mellon was awarded the…