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Kean Student Ambassadors Have All The Answers

Student ambassadors from the Admissions Office are the first friends many new students make at Kean. They welcome prospective students and their families to Kean, answer questions and give tours, all while honing the essential communication skills that they will use in their careers. 
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Jennifer Zuniga, Kean art history student, smiles in front of the Newark Museum

Newark Museum Internship Puts Kean Senior on Path Toward Arts Leadership

Kean University art history student Jennifer Zuniga is being groomed as a future leader in the art world with a prestigious three-year internship at the Newark Museum. The Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative internship exposes college students to the full range of museum departments, paying them while training them in all aspects of the business.
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Download the Kean Mobile App Today

The Kean Mobile App is the one-stop resource for all things Kean: KeanWise, Cougar Link, course schedules, grades, special events and activities, volunteer hours, social media, email and more. Download the Kean Mobile app now on Android and iOS devices. 
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Theatre and Music Students Perform with Tony Winner Kelli O’Hara

You know you’re having a good day when Tony Award-winner Kelli O’Hara insists on singing a second song with you before a sold-out crowd. That’s what happened to 20 Kean University theatre and music students who auditioned to perform To Build a Home from the Broadway show The Bridges of Madison County with O’Hara at her recent Kean Stage concert.  
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Kean students examine the BCI headgear being used in their research.

Studying Brain Reactions to Improve Cybersecurity

Three Kean computer science students are studying the brains of high schoolers to determine the best way to teach cybersecurity awareness. They are using Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology to record the brain activity of the students as they answer confidential questions on internet use and security.
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CBPM Building Rendering & Background

College of Business and Public Management Building to Open in 2020

Construction is set to begin for the newest academic building on the Kean University campus after the Board of Trustees recently approved a contract for the College of Business and Public Management building off Morris Avenue.
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Kean's Sara Compion with Viva Foundation's Meleney Kriel.

Building Bridges Across Continents

Kean students recently got a lesson in international social activism from the head of a nonprofit organization that is helping to build communities in impoverished areas in South Africa.
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Kean student Natalie Hernández interviews a volunteer in South Africa.

Students Conduct Research in South Africa

Two Kean students and their professors spent more than two weeks of the summer in South Africa conducting research on volunteering for Mandela Day, a time of community service held annually in honor of the anti-apartheid revolutionary.
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Computer Science Professor Recognized Nationally as Outstanding Mentor

Jenny Li, Ph.D., assistant professor of computer science at Kean University, is being recognized by the National Center for Women in Technology (NCWIT) for her outstanding research mentorship of women and underrepresented minorities.
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Kean Hosts Summer Conferences for Aspiring and Experienced Teachers

Kean University furthered its legacy as a leader in teacher training with two summer conferences held on the Union campus — one for middle school students who plan to be teachers, and the other for experienced educators looking to sharpen their skills