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Q&A: ‘We Only Have One Planet Earth’ Warns Environmentalist Daniela Shebitz, Ph.D.

Daniela Shebitz, Ph.D., is executive director of the School of Environmental and Sustainability Sciences at Kean University. She has conducted research and published on topics ranging from restoration ecology to medicinal botany.
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Kean Lecturer Brings Music into Early Childhood Education

"Guitar Bob," also known as Kean Lecturer Robert Messano, believes music motivates children to learn and succeed. Watch him and Kean's graduate education students bring a love of music and literacy to area children.
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Da Vinci – Inventions Exhibit to Open at Kean University

The Liberty Hall Academic Center at Kean University is set to unveil a world-class traveling exhibition, Da Vinci – Inventionsshowcasing faithful reproductions of many of Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci’s most important inventions, drawings, paintings and mo
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Q&A: Athletes' Mental Health — Clinical Sports Psychologist Donald R. Marks, Psy.D.

The clinical sports psychologist and director of clinical training for Kean University's doctoral Combined School and Clinical Psychology program says society needs to create a culture of compassion for athletes, and he warns against the dangers of the concussion epidemic in American sports.
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Supplemental Instruction Improves Grades and Retention at Kean

Students in challenging courses like chemistry and computer science are boosting their grades and their confidence by attending supplemental instruction sessions in a new program at Kean.
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Q&A: Kean Professor James Drylie, Ph.D., on Reducing Mass Shootings and Enhancing Public Safety

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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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Student-Veteran Receives K-9 Service Dog

A special Veterans Day ceremony was held on Kean’s Union campus as senior Jason Pryor, a U.S. Army veteran, introduced the K-9 service dog that he received through an on-campus fundraiser.
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Women in Computing

Kean Hosts Google Women in Computing Event

Undergraduate women in computer science, information technology and related fields were invited to Kean from across the region to learn about research and graduate opportunities in computer science at a Google-sponsored event hosted by Kean's School of Computer Science and Technology.
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Cougars Climb Higher at Homecoming 2019

VIDEO: The Kean University cougars climbed higher at Homecoming 2019. The community gathered for food, fun and football action. A new Homecoming king and queen were crowned and four lucky students won prizes from the "Semester on Us" contest.