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Wenzhou-Kean University Approved to Offer Graduate Programs

The Ministry of Education of China recently granted Wenzhou-Kean University approval to launch 11 graduate-level programs, marking a pivotal moment in the growth of Kean’s campus in China.
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Kean Hosts STEM Education Training Program for Chinese Delegation

A delegation of 19 educators from China recently came to Kean University to learn the American approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education.
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Kean Hosts Google Women in Computing Event

Kean's School of Computer Science and Technology recently co-hosted the Google-sponsored conference, Exploring Research: Women in Computing. Undergraduate women in computer science, information technology and related fields were invited from across the region to learn about research and graduate opportunities in computer science.
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Harwood gym was packed at a Kean Open House in November 2019

Kean Among Top 100 U.S. Colleges Receiving ‘Skyrocketing’ Number of Applications

Kean University has been named among the Top 100 colleges in the nation seeing an increase in applications, according to the national financial news and opinion company 24/7 Wall St. 
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Jessie Coronel, left, and Dhruva Patel, right, KEAN marketing students who won national recognition

Marketing Success, Two Kean University Seniors Win National Recognition

Two Kean University marketing majors were named among the top marketing students in the country as Marketing EDGE Collegiate Summit Scholars.
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Former U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power speaks at a Kean podium

UN Ambassador Samantha Power Tells Audience in Kean Distinguished Lecture to ‘Shrink the Change’

Former U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power kicked off this year's Distinguished Lecture Series, uring the audience to “shrink the change” by taking action in small ways to make a difference on a global scale.  
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Nidhi Thakur

Q&A: Nidhi Thakur, Ph.D., on the Gender Pay Gap

Economics lecturer Nidhi Thakur, Ph.D., an expert in health, labor and gender economics, says bias against women in the workplace is ingrained and salary discrimination against women across industries is not going to improve anytime soon.
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Associate Professor Frank Argote-Freyre on immigration and related topics

Q&A: Frank Argote-Freyre on Making a Difference on Immigration

Frank Argote-Freyre, Ph.D., a Kean associate professor of Latin American history and advocate for immigrant rights and social justice, spoke to Kean News about his perspective on the immigration crisis.
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Dr. Jeff Toney sits reading a book at the MIT library

Provost Jeffrey H. Toney, Ph.D., Named Visiting Scholar at Harvard University

Provost and Vice President for Research and Faculty Jeffrey H. Toney, Ph.D., will spend the summer of 2020 as a visiting scholar in the Harvard University Department of the History of Science researching the topic, How Amateurs Changed the World: Philosophical Foundations of Scientific Discoveries.
Gerald Wirth worked with Kean's Concert Choir

From Vienna to Kean, Famed Boys Choir Artistic Director Teaches Master Class

Soaring vocals filled a classroom in Wilkins Theatre on Friday, October 18 as the Kean Concert Choir and Women's Chorus sang in a master class with an internationally known artist, Vienna Boys Choir Artistic Director and President Gerald Wirth.