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Kean students examine the BCI headgear being used in their research.

Studying Brain Reactions to Improve Cybersecurity

Three Kean computer science students are studying the brains of high schoolers to determine the best way to teach cybersecurity awareness. They are using Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology to record the brain activity of the students as they answer confidential questions on internet use and security.
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Grammy-winning Alumnus Holds Music Master Class for Kean Students

Kean University alumnus Alan Paul, a founding member of the Grammy Award-winning vocal group The Manhattan Transfer, recently shared his harmonizing expertise with Music Conservatory students in a master class.
Clara and Sol Kramer, founding members of Kean's Holocaust Resource Center

Remembering Holocaust Resource Center Co-Founder Clara Kramer

Clara Schwarz Kramer, who spent 20 months hiding from the Nazis in a bunker and dedicated the rest of her life to teaching others about the horrors of the Holocaust, died recently at the age of 91.
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Involvement Games Adventure Involvement

Students Embark on an Involvement Adventure

Two weeks of fun and games with a purpose — Involvement Week and Involvement Games — encouraged students to join clubs and organizations on campus.

Premiere Stages – Theatre Students’ First Act

Premiere Stages’ Understudy Program offers a leg up to theatre students by giving them professional acting credits before leaving college.
Wenzhou Kean University student Yichen Wang and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus

WKU Student: From China to the United Nations

Wenzhou-Kean University student, Yichen Wang wants to work at the United Nations after graduation, but she’s already had a chance to speak up during a General Assembly student event.
Kean's Supplemental Instruction program is offered to all students in general chemistry.

Program Aims to Help Students Succeed in Challenging Courses

A new program at Kean is designed to help students excel by offering voluntary extra instruction in specific courses that have been identified as challenging -- like chemistry.

Professor Shares Italy Experiences with History Students

History Professor Christopher Bellitto, Ph.D., brought new insights into his classes after spending three weeks in Italy this summer and giving lectures at the Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna.
Two sets of twin brothers are among several twin siblings rooming together at Kean.

Doubling Up: Twin Siblings Adjust to Campus Life, Together

Naaseem Gabriel was accepted at every college to which he applied, so he had a lot to consider when it came time to pick a school. How far away is each college? How good are the programs? How much will it cost?
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The ‘Poetics of Practice’ at Inaugural College of Liberal Arts Convocation

Poet Terrance Hayes was the keynote speaker at the first College of Liberal Arts Convocation, which officially launched the 2018-2019 academic year.