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Kean students worked at a turtle habitat on a service trip to Costa Rica.

Kean Students Learn About Living the ‘Pura Vida’ in Costa Rica

Seven students spent part of their winter recess in Costa Rica, working at a nesting spot for endangered sea turtles and learning about conservation, sustainability and economic development.
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Lowell Liebermann - Ars Vitalis

Ars Vitalis at Kean University Presents the Music of Lowell Liebermann, February 21 at Enlow Hall

Liebermann, who resides in Weehawken, is one of America’s most frequently performed and recorded living composers UNION, N.J. ­–– Ars Vitalis: The New Jersey New Music Forum at Kean University will present an evening of compositions by Lowell Liebermann.
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Newark State College Varsity Basketball 1962-63

Standing Up Against Racism: A Kean Oral History

A Kean Hall of Fame athlete recalls a time in the 1960s when he and his team stood together against racism.
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Kean Ocean Student Turns Face Painting into Vibrant Career

Face painting started as a hobby for Kean Ocean student Diana Lopez, but now it has grown into a thriving small business that is helping to put her through college. This creative single mother and student leader is following her passion for the arts and building her future in media.
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Kean University Ranked Top in the Nation as Military Friendly University

Kean University is ranked first in the nation among large public schools for its commitment, effort and success in creating sustainable and meaningful benefits for its student veterans, according to the Military Friendly Schools survey.
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Industrial design project exhibited at Cooper Hewitt Museum. Efecem Ketuk, program coordinator, is on the left; student James D'Orazio on the right.

Kean Industrial Design Students Shine in Prestigious Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Museum Exhibit

A team of Kean industrial design students is exhibiting its transportation vision for the University at the prestigious Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City, one of only five student teams selected from across the nation.
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Kean students pose at their May 2018 commencement.

Graduation Incentive Program Encourages Students to Earn Their Diplomas in Four Years

A new program at Kean University offers academic support and financial incentive for students to graduate in four years, giving those who are close to earning their degrees an extra boost.
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New Spirit Logo and Cougars Climb Higher Campaign Released

Kean University is proud to announce the release of its new Cougar logo to promote University Athletics and school spirit.
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Jeffrey H. Toney, Kean Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Q&A: Science and Human Rights with Kean Provost Jeffrey H. Toney, Ph.D.

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jeffrey H. Toney, Ph.D., a chemist by training, advocates for academics in all fields to consider how their work impacts global issues.
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Occupational Therapy students sit at the table to have dinner with their patients.

OT Students Help Senior Citizens Stay Safe at Home and in the Community

Occupational therapy students from Kean have been making house calls to help make senior citizens safer in their homes and communities, teaching fall prevention, conducting home assessments, and getting the elderly patients out into their communities.