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Children in 2-3rd grade learn chemistry at Unity School in Morristown

Education Faculty Launch ‘Early Chemistry’ for Young Learners

A faculty member in the Kean College of Education is laying the groundwork for children to learn chemistry by introducing the subject at a young age – in second and third grade.

President Repollet Tapped for Leadership Role in African American Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Kean President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D., the first Black president of the University, has been appointed to the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey Foundation Board of Directors. Repollet is one of four new directors recently named to the Foundation board.
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Take the Campus Climate Survey

The Kean Campus Climate Survey launches tomorrow, and President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D., encourages all Kean USA students, faculty and staff to #SpeakUpCougars.
Attendees at a crowded recruitment event talk with law enforcement officers who are manning information tables.

Hundreds of Job Seekers Attend Joint Law Enforcement Recruitment Event

Hundreds of students and community members pursuing careers in law enforcement attended a law enforcement recruitment event this week on the Kean University campus.
Distinguished lecturer Abby Phillip wide shot

Kean University Welcomes Distinguished Lecturer Abby Phillip of CNN

Kean closed out its celebration of Black History Month with a powerful address by the CNN senior political correspondent and news anchor Abby Phillip.
The Disney Logo with the words, Behind the Screens

Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution Technology Works with Kean Students

A group of Kean communication students is getting an inside view of Disney and ABC Television as part of a virtual program that exposes college students from diverse backgrounds to what happens behind the scenes in network television.

Celebrating Women's History

Kean University hereby proclaims the month of March 2022 as Women’s History Month and renews its commitment to studying, understanding and highlighting the important contributions of women throughout history, as well as empowering the women and girls in our community — not just this month, but every day thereafter.
Principal Baruti K. Kafele at male empowerment symposium

Kean Symposium to Teens: 'See Yourself Be Extraordinary'

Workshops, panel discussions and a rousing address by a motivational speaker were the highlights of Kean’s inaugural Generation 2 Generation Male Empowerment Symposium.
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Why DEI Matters — #SpeakUpCougars in Kean Campus Climate Survey

Students speak up about what diversity, equity and inclusion mean to them. The Kean community will have the chance to share their experiences in the Campus Climate Survey kicking off on Wednesday, March 2. The survey seeks to learn about the experiences of Kean USA students, faculty and staff so that the University can further develop as a campus of respect, growth and achievement.
DormlyBox co-founders Jaelen Hymes and Jared Shiffman pack boxes

Kean Students Launch Campus Delivery Service

Two student entrepreneurs saw a need on college campuses and came up with an innovative way to fill it.