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Remote work and classes will continue through Sunday, January 30, 2022. All student services will remain accessible both remotely and in person, and athletics, theatre and most other events will continue as planned. For more information, view the university's health and safety protocols. Visit the  Winter 2022 Student Services Guide for information about student support services and campus activities available during the remote period.

News Archive

Kean University's STEM building illuminated at night.

Kean-Based Organization to Help Build Indian Biotechnology in NJ

The Institute for Life Science Entrepreneurship, a nonprofit based at Kean that works with startups and entrepreneurs in the life sciences, has signed an agreement providing training and support to strengthen ties with the Indian biotechnology sector.
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Kean Alumna Climbs Higher in Design

Four years ago, Tricia Cenit wasn’t sure she could afford college. Now, after receiving a scholarship at Kean, her designs are in "The New York Times."
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New BFA Broadens Academic Pathways for Design Students

Kean's Michael Graves College has expanded programs available for students pursuing careers in the creative field of advertising.
Author Elizabeth Acevedo held a book reading and discussion of her book, The Poet X, at Kean

Award-winning Author Elizabeth Acevedo Gives Book Reading at Kean

The author of the verse novel "The Poet X" read from her work and spoke to Kean students as part of Hispanic Heritage Month and the University's Common Read.
The roof of Kean Hall with the logo for Kean the Alumni Engagement office against a blue sky.

New Office of Alumni Engagement Connects with Kean Grads

The new Office of Alumni Engagement will work to build stronger ties with the University’s 100,000 alumni and foster programs that support current Kean students.
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Kean Building and Students Receive Awards in Architecture

The Kean Skylands "classroom in the trees" and three Kean architecture students were recognized by the Newark and Suburban Architects chapter of AIA.
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Kean Dedicates Hennings College of Science, Mathematics and Technology

Kean University held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially dedicate The Dorothy and George Hennings College of Science, Mathematics and Technology, and honor Distinguished Professor Emerita Dorothy Grant Hennings, Ed.D., and her husband, the late Professor George Hennings, Ed.D.
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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at Kean University

Kean University kicked off #HispanicHeritageMonth with a proclamation read by Associate Vice President of Student Success and Retention Carlos E. Rodriguez, and cultural music by a live mariachi band.
Year One director John Wooten works on stage with artistic and literary intern Latisa Harriott, a graduate of Kean University

Kean Theatre Alumni Play Crucial Roles in Premiere Stages’ Production of ‘Year One’

Eight Kean theatre alumni are getting valuable experience and earning points toward their Actors' Equity membership serving as understudies and in backstage roles for the Premiere Stages' production of Year One, which is in its final week at Kean’s Bauer Boucher Theatre Center.
The Dizzy Gillespie Afro-Latin Experience

Dizzy Gillespie Afro-Latin Experience to Headline Free Outdoor Music Festival at Kean

The free Jazz & Roots Music Festival at The Lawn at Enlow Hall on Saturday, October 16 from 4:30-8 p.m. will feature great music from jazz and rap/hip-hop artists.