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Four lifeguards, two in a rowboat and two pushing it, row out over ocean waves.

Kean Ocean Phys Ed Student Rescues Swimmer

It was no ordinary September day at the beach for Kean Ocean student Joe Swanton. It was more like a day at work for the physical education major who spends his summers as a lifeguard at Seaside Park.
Kean President Repollet stands with a group of leaders from Hispanic-Serving Institutions.

Kean’s Role as Hispanic-Serving Institution Demonstrated at White House and at Home

Kean’s rise in prominence as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) was showcased as the University’s president met with education leaders in Washington, D.C. today at the same time that the state’s top-ranking Latina addressed students and visitors on the Union campus.
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Study Abroad Adventure in South Korea

A group of Kean Global Studies students spent a month in South Korea, getting an immersive cultural experience as part of a unique Travelearn program that earned them credits while they participated in an internship.
Jerome Hatfield

Kean Public Safety Official Heads to Indonesia to Assess Law Enforcement

Kean Acting Associate Director of Public Safety Jerome Hatfield will travel to Indonesia this week with a federal team to assess the national police force’s emergency management.
Visitors enjoy pieces at the National Geographic 'Rarely Seen' exhibit at LHAC

With Photos of Rarely Seen Phenomena, National Geographic Exhibit Sparks Wonder — and Discussion About Climate Change

An art exhibition featuring 50 images captured by some of the world’s finest photographers is bringing viewers face to face with animals, landscapes and heirlooms rarely seen by human eyes.
Hispanic Heritage Month

Kean University Invites Community to Hispanic Heritage Town Hall

Kean University will host a Hispanic Heritage Town Hall on Wednesday, September 21, featuring a keynote address by New Jersey Senate Majority Leader Teresa Ruiz on the theme Honoring our Roots, and Building Tomorrow’s Success.
Hennings Hall

Kean University Adopts Academic Reorganization Plan

A sweeping academic reorganization creates Kean’s new College of Health Professions and Human Services and the new School of Integrative Science and Technology in Hennings College for Kean's STEM honors program.
Kean President Lamont Repollet, Senior VP Sancha Gray, former Governor Tom Kean and Union County Commissioner Alexander Mirabella

Documentary on 9/11 Commission Premieres at Kean

The Human Rights Institute at Kean commemorated the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks with the world premiere of the documentary, "Are We Safer Today?," a film about the 9/11 Commission investigation of the attacks. Former New Jersey Governor Tom Kean attended and shared his experience as chair of the commission.
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Kean Employee Wellness Initiative Takes Its First Steps

“Are you ready to walk? Let’s go!” said Kean President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D., as he kicked off the University’s new Well-Being at Work initiative on a beautiful September morning outside Miron Student Center.
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Kean Launches ‘Kean Cares’ to Connect Students with Support Services

A new Universitywide initiative, Kean Cares, raises awareness of student support services that address the challenges that surfaced for students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Students were introduced to it at a kickoff event.