News & Events
School of Computer Science & Technology hosted the 2019 NSF-Funded Beauty and Joy of Computing Event.
July 26, 2019
Kean University hosted the teacher professional development workshop in the North Avenue Academic Building on July 15th to 19th, 2019. This is the 9th year that Kean has hosted the face-to-face event, which is also in conjunction with a 2-week online preparation course beforehand. The workshop is in support of high school students across NJ having access to computer science classes at their schools by providing professional development experiences in computing. The teachers from various parts of N.J. and even out of state all the way from Los Angeles, CA came together to learn and gain more experience in computer science.
Kean University hosts student-led Hackathon
In booming tech centers from San Francisco to New York, hackathons have become showcases for emerging talent. Thriving in a chaotic environment conducive to innovation and experimentation, Hackathons share a kinship with start-up culture. The events are popping up on college campuses across the country, often organized by and for students. Kean University's Student Organization recently sponsored Hack Kean, its first such event, in the university's Green Lane Academic Building’s. Attendees came from Kean University, Drew University... (Read More).
Point and shoot: Kean University students create photo app to report power outages
“We had no idea where we were on the map, no confirmation JCP&L knew our problem existed and no clue when the lights would come back on,” said the 22-year-old Kean University student who lives with his parents. The family debated temporarily moving in with a relative but decided to remain in their Middlesex County home, and service was returned six days later...(Read More).
Kean University Techies Develop Historical Cemetery Smartphone App
Students studying computer science at Kean University in Union have developed an app that provides access to a wealth of information about the cemetery and its occupants that's sure satisfy the curiosity of historical researchers, genealogists, and any other interested person...(Read More).