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Communication Graduate Lands Social Media Role for NFL

Communication Graduate Lands Social Media Role for NFL

Francisco Reyes always followed professional football growing up in Atlantic City, but now the Kean alumnus is making a career of it as an NFL social media and marketing associate.

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After Loss, Family and Friends Show Gratitude to Kean Center for Communication Disorders

After Loss, Family and Friends Show Gratitude to Kean Center for Communication Disorders

Speech-language pathology services at the clinic helped an Edison man get 'a little bit of his old self back' following a stroke. His family is now honoring his memory by supporting the work of the Center.
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‘Common-Sense Billionaire’ John Catsimatidis Shares Wisdom with Kean Students

‘Common-Sense Billionaire’ John Catsimatidis Shares Wisdom with Kean Students

Put in the hours. Get a great education. Find a mentor. Most of all, work hard. Business leader John Catsimatidis offered his advice for success to students from Kean’s College of Business and Public Management.
Kean College of Business and Public Management Among Elite Business Schools

Kean College of Business and Public Management Among Elite Business Schools

Hear from the College of Business and Public Management dean, faculty and students at Kean University about how being awarded AACSB accreditation – a feat achieved by less than 6% of business schools worldwide – impacts each of them. 

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Kean University Announces Dual Degree Agreement with Howard University

Kean University Announces Dual Degree Agreement with Howard University

Kean students now have a faster path to earning a doctoral degree in pharmacy under a new dual degree agreement with Howard University that is designed to encourage more students from underrepresented groups to enter the healthcare field.
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Kean Q&A: Jacquelyn Tuerk-Stonberg, Ph.D., Presents Inaugural Art History Lecture on Dark Arts

Kean Q&A: Jacquelyn Tuerk-Stonberg, Ph.D., Presents Inaugural Art History Lecture on Dark Arts

Kean Associate Professor Jacquelyn Tuerk-Stonberg, Ph.D., will deliver a lecture exploring the world of magical amulets to ward off dangers and fears in ancient and medieval civilizations.

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Kean University Launches Visionary New Center for Africana Studies

Kean University Launches Visionary New Center for Africana Studies

It will develop educational programming to help implement the Amistad curriculum for K-12 students across New Jersey

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Coastal Climate Change: Why Our Beaches Are in Trouble

Coastal Climate Change: Why Our Beaches Are in Trouble

On this episode of Kean’s podcast, Urban Impact, geologist and Kean Assistant Professor Jun Cheng, Ph.D., takes us “down the shore” to discuss how the changing climate is impacting one of New Jersey’s most iconic and treasured landscapes: i

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Bestselling Author, Foodie Tabitha Brown Wows Crowd in Kean President’s Distinguished Lecture Series

Bestselling Author, Foodie Tabitha Brown Wows Crowd in Kean President’s Distinguished Lecture Series

Emmy winner, New York Times bestselling author and vegan foodie Tabitha Brown brought her upbeat message of authenticity - with a dash of cooking advice - to the Kean University President’s Distinguished Lecture series this week.

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Kean Q&A: Jonathan Mercantini, Ph.D., Named to New Jersey Historical Commission

Kean Q&A: Jonathan Mercantini, Ph.D., Named to New Jersey Historical Commission

Kean Acting Associate Provost for Special Projects Jonathan Mercantini, Ph.D., a professor of history and expert on the American Revolution, was recently named to the New Jersey Historical Commission.