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Renowned chef and food policy activist Tom Colicchio

Better Food Advocate and Renowned Chef Tom Colicchio to Speak at Kean Human Rights Conference

Award-winning chef and food policy activist Tom Colicchio, head judge and executive producer on Bravo Television’s Top Chef, will be the featured speaker at the Kean University Human Rights Institute (HRI) conference in March 2019 that will focus on hunger and food insecurity.

Deaf Professor Teaches Students Her First Language, American Sign Language

Things are a little different in AnnMarie Bacino’s American Sign Language (ASL) class. Bacino, who was born deaf, communicates in class via ASL and by writing on the whiteboard. Her classroom was largely silent one recent morning as eleven students worked in pairs, practicing ASL slang.
Wenzhou-Kean University students talking on the grass.

Wenzhou-Kean University Faculty Look Forward to Next Phase of Growth

Wenzhou-Kean University is entering the next phase of its development as an international university of distinction after the Board of Directors recently approved a comprehensive employment package for faculty that will ensure WKU continues to attract and retain outstanding scholars from around t

Kean’s TV Studio Gets High-Definition Makeover

New state-of-the-art equipment in Kean’s on-campus TV studio is giving communication students hands-on TV production experience.
Kean Gospel Choir at Radio City

Kean Gospel Choir Opens for Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall

Make some room, Rockettes: the newest performing group to grace the stage of Radio City Music Hall is the Kean Gospel Choir.
Patricia Morreale, Ph.D.

Kean’s Patricia Morreale Named AAAS Fellow

Kean University School of Computer Science Executive Director Patricia Morreale, Ph.D., has joined the ranks of Nobel laureates and science pioneers as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Kean's first AAAS fellow, Morreale received the prestigious national honor for achievements in advancing science.
Kean assistant professor of sociology, Julia Navárez, Ph.D. wrote a book on climate change and cities.

Climate Change in Urban Environments

Julia Nevárez, Ph.D., Kean University assistant professor and sociology program coordinator, is the author of a new book, Governing Disaster in Urban Environments: Climate Change Preparation and Adaption After Hurricane Sandy.
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Kean adjunct math professor Irisa Leverette instructs students in algebra.

Rapping Prof. Makes Algebra 'Contagious'

Kean University adjunct professor Irisa Leverette helps her students learn algebra, encourages them to do homework, and reduces “math anxiety” by rapping in the classroom.
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Kean Students Go Global

Kean University offers students many ways to get valuable international academic experience, through study abroad programs at our own English-speaking campus in China and dozens of other locations around the world. Watch and hear from our students directly about how these programs changed their lives.
Gifts to Kean on Giving Tuesday support academic programs, scholarships, and facilities.

Support Kean Students on 'Giving Tuesday'

It’s like putting scholarships, academic initiatives and building upgrades all in one gift-wrapped box. On Giving Tuesday — the global day of charitable giving on November 27 — Kean University supporters can help fund all of those things by making an online donation to the Kean University Foundation.