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The School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University

http://diplomacy.shu.edu/

Overview

  • Organization TypeInstitute
  • Staff6-25
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded1997
Seton Hall's School of Diplomacy and International Relations is a leading center for the study of diplomacy and international relations, dedicated to high standards of academic excellence and professional training; extending the frontiers of knowledge; and making a difference in the rapidly changing global environment. The School of Diplomacy at Seton Hall University, located in South Orange, New Jersey, is just 14 miles from New York City, is an ideal location for a School focused on international relations. The School of Diplomacy has capitalized on its proximity to New York City by establishing alliances and relationships with the United Nations community and other international and public policy organizations. These relationships serve as a bridge between Seton Hall and the world of international diplomacy, providing our students with a unique opportunity to observe and participate in global policymaking. The School of Diplomacy embraces Seton Hall's longstanding tradition of a values-based education and dedication to developing servant leaders for a global society. Founded in 1856, Seton Hall is among the oldest Catholic universities in the United States. The University is home to eight schools offering nearly 200 graduate and undergraduate degree programs to 10,000 students of all races and religions.  Mission and History   Experience Diplomacy Just minutes from New York City and a few hours from Washington, D.C., Seton Hall's School of Diplomacy and International Relations is an ideal place to study international relations and practice diplomacy first hand in a professional, dynamic and culturally rich setting. The School of Diplomacy is a leading center for the study of diplomacy and international relations, dedicated to high standards of academic excellence and professional training; extending the frontiers of knowledge; and making a difference in the rapidly changing global environment.  Students are given unique opportunities to practice diplomacy and are encouraged to:  -Join a delegation on an international study tour -Discuss critical global concerns with world leaders -Complete professional internships, locally, or overseas -Apply classroom knowledge to real world situations -Assume important leadership roles on campus -Build the confidence needed to make a difference in the fields of business, communications, diplomacy, government, law or the non-profit sector -Take advantage of the benefits of our alliance with the United Nations Foundation and the United Nations Association The School of Diplomacy embraces Seton Hall's longstanding tradition of a values-based education and dedication to developing servant leaders for a global society. Founded in 1856, Seton Hall is among the oldest Catholic universities in the United States. The University is home to ten schools offering nearly 200 graduate and undergraduate degree programs to 10,000 students of all races and religions. History Seton Hall welcomed its initial class of diplomacy and international relations students in the fall of 1998. Now over 500 students strong and an Affiliate Member of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (A.P.S.I.A.), the School was the first professional school of international relations to be established after the Cold War. At that time, the School forged an exclusive alliance with the United Nations Association of the U.S.A., which continues to allow the School special access to the United Nations community. From 2001-2013, the School was named for John C. Whitehead, former Chairman of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, co-chairman of Goldman Sachs and chairman of the United Nations Association of the U.S.A. His life of service inspires the School to uphold its guiding principle, to prepare the next generation of global leaders. The Whitehead School served as the Coordinating Secretariat for the United Nations Year of Dialogue Among Civilizations. United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan delivered a major address to inaugurate the 2001 United Nations Year of Dialogue Among Civilizations and honored the School for its work as coordinating Secretariat. The Dialogue focused on increasing tolerance and understanding among the world's peoples and cultures. Faculty and students prepared research for an international Group of Eminent Persons composed of former heads of state, Nobel laureates, and renowned scholars. The Group authored the book, Crossing the Divide: Dialogue among Civilizations, published by the School and presented to the U.N. in November 2001.

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  • South Orange
  • 400 South Orange Ave.

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