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Award-winning Chef Tom Colicchio Advocates for Healthy Food for All

Speaking at the 12th Annual Human Rights Institute Conference, Hunger: The Politics of Food, the food policy activist and head judge of Bravo’s Top Chef told the audience to go beyond food drives and demand action from elected leaders.
Tammy Murphy keynotes Sen. Bob Menendez’s Trailblazer Awards Celebration at Kean University

New Jersey’s First Lady Promotes Family Health Initiative at Kean 

New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy spoke at a Women's History Month celebration at Kean, outlining her Nurture NJ program to ensure equitable maternal and infant care among women and children of all races and ethnicities.
Ken Bain

Higher Education Expert Touts the Value of 'Big Questions'

Ken Bain, Ph.D., the founding director of teaching and learning centers at several universities and the author of two best-selling books on teaching and learning, recently conducted a professional development session for Kean faculty.
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Liberty Hall 360: Revolutionary Wedding Official Trailer

Witness a project 244 years in the making. Watch the new trailer for Liberty Hall 360: Revolutionary Wedding, a short film in two formats: ultra-widescreen digital HD and immersive 360° Virtual Reality.
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A Kean University student writes on the "Hunger Wall," which encourages students to think about hunger in the U.S.

Raising Community Awareness About Hunger

The Kean University community prepared for the recent Human Rights Institute (HRI) conference, Hunger: The Politics of Food, with a series of activities to raise awareness about hunger and food insecurity in the United States and around the world.
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Chelsea Clinton

Chelsea Clinton to Speak, Sign New Book at Kean University

Event Sponsored by the Lesniak Institute for American Leadership, Kean’s Distinguished Lecture Series Best-selling author Chelsea Clinton will speak about her new children’s book, Don’t Let Them Disappear, and threats to endangered animals during a spe

Kean Education Students Bring Flair for Dance to Child Care Center

The young children of the Kean University Child Care and Development Center recently got the chance to practice yoga and dance as part of a class conducted by Kean's physical education and early childhood education majors.
C. Brid Nicholson, Ph.D., is a Kean assistant professor of history, and produces historical documentaries

Documenting History, Kean Professor Is Producer of Films

Associate Professor C. Brid Nicholson shares her passion for history by making documentaries that offer a different way of looking at some of the most fascinating figures of the past.
Abigail E. Disney and the Rev. Rob Schenk

Can a Person be Both Pro-Gun and Pro-Life?

Kean hosts a discussion on gun rights and abortion with Abigal E. Disney and the Rev. Rob Schenck, as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series.
The sculpture on loan to Kean, "Captured," invites passers-by to sit and share its bench

Sculpture by World-renowned Seward Johnson on Loan to Kean

A bronze and aluminum sculpture of a young woman reading a book of poetry on a bench is installed in the heart of Kean's Union campus along Cougar Walk. A loan from the Seward Johnson Atelier and renowned sculptor Seward Johnson, the piece, entitled Captured, will be at Kean through the end of May.