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Robert Pyatt, Ph.D., in the CLIA Covid lab at Kean University

New Certified COVID-19 Testing Lab Opens at Kean

A new federally certified campus lab that will process COVID-19 test results has opened on Kean's Union campus, building upon an unprecedented partnership with the County of Union in diagnostic testing and critical public health research during the pandemic. The lab will deliver test results in 24 to 48 hours.
Kean student, Michael Naya, smiles for a photo with 3 World War 2 veterans.

Kean Freshman Preserves the Histories of WW II Veterans

Michael Naya hopes to be a history professor one day. While the Kean freshman pursues that professional dream, he is doing the work of a historian, recording the military experiences of World War II veterans from around the country.
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Kean grad Emir Hamzic is making a career as an elite tennis coach

Kean Grad Serves for Success in Tennis World

Kean alumnus Emir Hamzic ’20, a national collegiate tennis champion, is now putting his athletic skills to work becoming a leader in the tennis coaching world.
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Andrea McArdle performs a streamed concert from Kean's Enlow Recital Hall

Broadway Star Andrea McArdle Shines in Streamed Holiday Concert at Kean

Broadway’s original Annie, Andrea McArdle, will perform a holiday concert of hope and joy streamed from Kean’s intimate Enlow Recital Hall, making her first concert appearance since the start of the pandemic.
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Kean Business Plan Competition 2020 winners Mark Gaglioti, Daniel Ojeda, Jose Rodriguez

Kean Teams Shine in University’s Virtual Business Plan Competition

A web-based academic planning tool for college students and a “reverse bidding” app linking local businesses to prospective customers took top honors at the Kean University 2020 Business Plan Competition.
A computer screen with computer code and an image of a parking lot

Google Grant Supports Artificial Intelligence Research at Kean

Students and faculty from across the country who are interested in researching artificial intelligence (AI) will receive support from a Google Research grant secured by Kean University.
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Marina Cat and the book telling her story

Kean Student Pens ‘Purrfect’ Children’s Book

The inspiration for Kean student Jason Van Woeart’s first children’s book came in the form of a small, stray calico cat named Marina Cat.
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A screen shot of a Zoom event. Dr. Lamont Repollet speaks to First-Generation Students via Zoom. He is a Black male wearing a white shirt, gray suit jacket and striped tie, sitting in front of a wood-panel wall. Six people appear in Zoom boxes to the left of the frame.

Kean Honors Students Who Are First in Their Families to Attend College 

A weeklong series of events at Kean University marking First-Generation College Celebration Day culminated in a virtual address by President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D., in which he encouraged first-generation students to “be extraordinary.” 
The photo shows a computer screen with 11 Kean alumni and Prof. Sullivan engaging in a critique of the undergraduates public relations campaigns.

Public Relations Students Take on Clients and Gain Experience

Kean students in the Public Relations Campaigns course are creating PR campaigns for clients in business, the arts and more as a way to build career skills and develop professional networks through their classwork. They are also getting feedback from Kean alumni who are now professionals in the field.
Kean Adjunct English Professor Jeffrey W. Herrmann in a theatre with his Shakespeare Survey class

Kean Adjunct Professor Is Lawyer by Day and Shakespeare Scholar by Night

William Shakespeare’s plays are filled with references to the law, something that is not lost on Jeffrey W. Herrmann, a partner of a New Jersey law firm, who has a passion for Shakespeare that he has been sharing with Kean students as an adjunct professor for more than four years.