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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 EMS Basic Life Training

Learn How to Save a Life at Kean’s EMS Training Center

Become certified in CPR or basic life support in as little as one day at the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Training Center at Kean University.
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Kean Planetarium

Brighten Your Holidays at the Kean Planetarium

The Kean University Planetarium invites all members of the community to enjoy Seasons of Light, a breathtaking light show that combines astronomy with winter celebrations from around the world. 
Nathaniel Chol Nyok

Lost Boy of Sudan to Sign Latest Book at Human Rights Institute

One of South Sudan’s “lost boys,” Nathaniel Chol Nyok, will present a talk and sign copies of his memoir, Days of Refugee: One of the World’s Lost Boys of Sudan, on Thursday, November 14, from 5-7 p.m. at Ursino Steakhouse & Tavern on Kean University’s campus. 
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Kean Fraternity Hosts Charity Soccer Tournament

VIDEO: Kean's Latin fraternity, Lambda Theta Phi, raised more than $3,000 for Children's Specialized Hospital at its second annual Fraternal Charity Fútbol Cup on October 6 in Kean Alumni Stadium. The tournament included teams from many of Kean's fraternities and other ΛΘΦ chapters.
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Two of Rose Gonnella's drawings are pictured at left, in Sara Roby Gallery traveling exhibition. It was in Nantucket.

Kean Associate Dean’s Drawings Included in Smithsonian Collection

Four drawings by Michael Graves College Associate Dean Rose Gonnella are part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) Sara Roby Foundation Collection in Washington, D.C.
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Former ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power

Distinguished Lecture Series Opens with Samantha Power on October 28

Former Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power and political strategist David Axelrod will speak at Kean University this fall as Kean University’s Distinguished Lecture Series returns for its third year.
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Kean Skylands campus

Kean Skylands Campus Opens to Students

Students from northwest New Jersey are studying biology, criminal justice and management at the new Kean Skylands campus in Jefferson. It offers students with associate degrees the chance to earn their bachelor's degrees close to home on a unique campus with a renovated former abbey and a treehouse classroom building, all connected by a beautiful skywalk. 
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Kean University Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Paul Croft, Ph.D.

Q&A: Hurricanes, Dorian and Climate Change

Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Paul Croft, Ph.D., a meteorologist, discusses the conditions that created the devastating Hurricane Dorian and whether we should expect more storms like it.
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A classroom at Kean University, with "Top 50 Northern U.S. Social Mobility"

U.S. News & World Report Ranks Kean Top Performer on Social Mobility

U.S. News & World Report this week ranked Kean University among the top universities in the northern United States for helping economically disadvantaged students enroll and graduate within six years.