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A group of Kean Psy.D. students developed school safety plans.

Psy.D. Students Address School Safety with Local Officials

Kean Psy.D. students who are studying school violence and related issues recently presented their findings and recommendations to the mayor and police chief of Scotch Plains.
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Kean University students proudly display the fundraising tally for the Kean Dance Marathon.

Kean Dance Marathon Sets Sixth Straight Fundraising Record

More than $54,000 raised for Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside The Kean University community danced its way to a sixth straight fundraising record at the Kean Dance Marathon (KDM), raising $54,175 for Children’s Specialized Hos
Kean graduate students provided sensory activities for children

Students Help Make Theatre Sensory Friendly for All

The sound level in Wilkins Theater was lowered, the house lights were cut in half, and a team of Kean graduate students provided sensory friendly sand play, crafts, games and a crawl-through tunnel during a recent performance of the children’s show Pinkalicious: The Musical.
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Chelsea Clinton Urges Action to Help Endangered Species

Best-selling author and animal rights advocate Chelsea Clinton joined Senator Raymond J. Lesniak at Kean's Enlow Recital Hall to discuss her new book, "Don't Let Them Disappear." The former first daughter answered questions from children and signed books for the sold-out crowd.
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Photo of Research Days 2019 Keynote Speaker Paula Gaetano Adi

Research Days Speaker Creates STEAM from STEM

Research Days Sets Another Record for Student Participation
An artist rendering of Miron Student Center after renovations and improvements

Miron Student Center Renovations Designed to Improve the ‘Heart of Campus’

Work began this week on a series of renovations at Miron Student Center that will provide more space for student programs, updated restrooms and hallways, and an international food station in the Food Court.
Kean University Provost and Vice President Jeffrey H. Toney

Kean Provost Named Summer Visiting Professor at MIT

Kean Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jeffrey H. Toney, Ph.D., has been named a visiting professor and scholar for the summer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He will give lectures, take part in seminars and conduct research.

Kean Cougars Climb Higher Through Internships

Kean University students are starting their careers early with a wide variety of internships. Find out how some of our students landed great jobs after graduation through connections they made during their internships.
The front cover of the Kean scholarly journal, KeanQuest

KeanQuest Makes Its Debut

Kean students now have a homegrown peer-reviewed journal, "KeanQuest," in which to share and publish their scholarly research and articles. The first issue features articles authored by four groups of students and their faculty mentors.
Patricia Morreale, executive director of Kean's School of Computer Science

Q&A: Creating a More Diverse Future for Computer Science

Patricia Morreale, Ph.D., executive director of the Kean University School of Computer Science and a fellow of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), talks about the benefits of racial and gender diversity in computing.