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Actor Holly Taylor smiles as she holds up the book, The New Art of Ideas.

Actor Holly Taylor Helps Kean Professor Launch Latest Book

When Michael Graves College Distinguished Professor Robin Landa was planning her 25th book, "The New Art of Ideas," she knew who to ask to design the cover and illustrations: her former student and Kean grad Holly Taylor '21, who stars in the Netflix series "Manifest."
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Educational Opportunity Fund Supports Students’ College Goals

Kean University students in the EOF program and Kean President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D., who is a former EOF student, explain how the program’s access and support lead to opportunities and success for educationally and financially disadvantaged students.
CBPM hosted a panel discussion on environmental social governance

Sustainable Business Practices Discussed at Kean Forum

Kean’s College of Business and Public Management and the Department of Environmental and Sustainability Sciences hosted a forum on the role of businesses in addressing climate change.
Toms River high school teacher Christine Girtain is the state Teacher of the Year.

Kean Graduates Named NJ State Teacher of the Year and State Finalist

Toms River high school teacher Christine Girtain ’05 M.A. was selected for the state’s top teaching award, and Carteret elementary school teacher Leana Malinowsky ’08, ’12 M.A. was named a state finalist.
 Chamique Holdsclaw, a Black female with long, black dreads standing behind a black podium that says Kean University on it in white. There is a black microphone in front of her as well. Chamique is wearing a cream-colored buttoned-up shirt, and is looking into the crowd.

Kean Mental Health Summit Works to Make Connections

WNBA All Star Chamique Holdsclaw spoke to community leaders, care providers and Kean students as the University hosted an event focused on mental health.
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Supporting Students – Cougar Connections Center of Social Work

When Kean University students are overwhelmed or need extra support to manage their health and well-being and stay on track in their studies, they turn to the Cougar Connections Center of Social Work.
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Kean Human Rights Conference to Focus on Disability Justice

The annual Human Rights Conference at Kean will feature former Rutgers University football player Eric LeGrand and disability rights activist Isabel Mavrides-Calderón on Friday, December 2.
Panelists spoke about the impact of Superstorm Sandy, in an event at Kean

Kean Panel Discusses Anniversary, Impact of Sandy

Ten years after Hurricane Sandy struck New Jersey, a Kean panel marked the storm’s anniversary with a discussion on how it impacted the state and the lives of its residents.
CNN's Dana Bash is to give a Distinguished Lecture at Kean

CNN's Dana Bash to Lead Off Kean’s Distinguished Lecture Series

Kean University’s Distinguished Lecture Series will kick off the year with a lecture on Tuesday, November 15 by CNN Chief Political Correspondent Dana Bash, who will share her insight in a post-midterm elections conversation.
A Hispanic woman with brown hair, wearing a bright blue jacket and white shirt

Management Science Graduate Devotes Career to Helping the Underrepresented

Sara Peña ’96 developed a newfound confidence at Kean that has carried her through her career to her current role as PSE&G’s director of external affairs.