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Q&A: ‘We’ve Got to Make Science Accessible’ Says Kean Expert Robert Pyatt, Ph.D.

Kean University Assistant Professor Robert Pyatt, Ph.D., a molecular geneticist, warns that irresponsible reporting on the coronavirus and other scientific research, which often is rushed and not thoroughly vetted, risks creating public panic.
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Q&A: Middle East Faces a ‘Range of Options,’ Says Expert Gilbert Kahn, Ph.D.

Kean Political Science Professor Gilbert Kahn, Ph.D., teaches courses on American government and foreign policy, and has written and published research on anti-Semitism. He spoke with Kean News about recent developments in the Middle East and what they mean for the future of the region.
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Kean Hosts 'Stand Up for the Other' Anti-Semitism Forum

The Lesniak Institute for American Leadership and Kean University’s Holocaust Resource Center hosted an open forum to discuss anti-Semitism and bias.
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Da Vinci — Inventions Exhibit Opens at Kean University

Da Vinci — Inventions, an international traveling exhibition about one of the world's greatest inventors and artists, opened at Kean University's Liberty Hall Museum & Academic Center.
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Q&A: Advertising Expert Robin Landa on the Super Bowl, Branding and ‘Buzz’

Distinguished Professor Robin Landa, who teaches advertising and graphic design at Kean University’s Michael Graves College, says the Super Bowl is a singular national event when millennials and other audiences welcome advertising into their homes and on their smartphones.
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Q&A: ‘We Only Have One Planet Earth’ Warns Environmentalist Daniela Shebitz, Ph.D.

The executive director of Kean's School of Environmental and Sustainability Sciences, Daniela Shebitz, Ph.D., lays out the natural and man-made causes for the recent rash of wildfires around the world, including those in Australia.
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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.