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Candles, Music and Creativity Abound at Kean’s Camp NaNoWriMo
In a small faculty meeting room on the third floor of Kean’s Center for Academic Success, a movement is underway to nurture and promote writing.
Kean Computer Science Program Awarded $1.68 Million Federal Grant
The National Science Foundation has awarded Kean University nearly $1.7 million in research funding to develop a model for computer science and information technology education designed to increase the number of students studying computer science and IT.
A Bachelor’s Degree at 72
At the age of 72, Kean Ocean student Michael Bradic checked something off his bucket list — getting a bachelor’s degree in history — and became the oldest graduate in the Kean University Class of 2019.
Public Administration Students Learn First-hand about United Nations Careers
Kean University students got a global learning experience recently, meeting with officials at the United Nations to discuss international careers in public administration.
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Centuries-Old Madeira Wine on Display at Liberty Hall Museum
The stash of 221-year-old Madeira wine discovered a few years ago at Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University is now the subject of a Liberty Hall exhibition, History in a Bottle. WATCH: media reports on the exhibition from CBS New York and News 12.
Kean Teacher of the Year Named, Excellence Awards Presented
Associate Professor Mia Zamora, Ph.D., the director of both the Kean University Writing Project and the Master of Arts in Writing Studies program, has been named Teacher of the Year by the Kean University Alumni Association.
‘Welcome Home’ to New U.S. Citizens at Liberty Hall Naturalization Ceremony
With historic Liberty Hall Museum as a backdrop, 29 new American citizens who live in Union County were sworn in at a recent naturalization ceremony at Kean University.
History Honors Students Publish Research, Receive National Award
Two Kean University history honors students have published a paper about founding father William Livingston on a Columbia University Libraries blog dedicated to the papers of John Jay.
Board of Trustees Establishes Tuition and Fees for 2019-2020
The Kean University Board of Trustees approved a 2 percent increase in tuition and fees for the 2019-2020 academic year on Monday, June 24 in a vote that reaffirms the University’s commitment to offering an accessible world-class education.
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Kean Launches NJ-China STEM Sister School Program for K-12
University Holds International STEM Education Forum at Wenzhou-Kean University in China
Kean University has launched an international sister school program between K-12 schools in New Jersey and China that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math
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