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Kean employees gather with President Repollet in Harwood Arena

Kean University Named to ‘Forbes’ America’s Best-in-State Employers 2023 List

Kean University, recognized for affordability, student social mobility, diversity and innovation, now has a new point of pride: Kean is one of America’s best-in-state employers.
President Repollet and panelists on stage at the Economic Empowerment Summit

Kean Announces New Financial Education Initiative for Students and Families

At an economic empowerment summit co-hosted by Prudential Financial and the Kean University Foundation, Kean University announced a new financial education program, dfree@KeanUniv, set for release in Fall 2023. The program will further the regional impact of Kean as an anchor institution, with benefits for students and families across New Jersey.
Rajade Berry-James, in a red commencement robe, speaks from a Kean podium at Harwood Arena.

Higher Education Administrator with Passion for Equity Got Her Start at Kean

The career of RaJade Berry-James, Ph.D., as a scholar fighting for democracy, blossomed at Kean University, where she worked as an administrator and earned a master’s degree in public administration.
Students at computers in the summer STEaM program at Kean

Pre-College Students STEaM to Future Career Success at Kean

Pre-college students from Jersey City and Elizabeth explored potential careers in engineering, cybersecurity and other STEM-related fields during a Kean University summer program sponsored by the Port Authority of NY & NJ and Kean’s Office of Career Services.
Steve Senior

For Kean Business Graduate, Networking Paved the Way to Leadership Roles in the NBA

Steve Senior made it from the Kean University basketball team to the front office of the Minnesota Timberwolves by building and maintaining relationships with people he met along the way. The 2003 Kean graduate is now assistant general manager of the NBA team.
Students work on Bloomberg terminals in Kean's College of Business and Public Management

College of Business and Public Management Earns Prestigious AACSB Accreditation

The Kean University College of Business and Public Management (CBPM) has attained accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), considered the gold standard of accreditation for business colleges worldwide.
Two mean wearing blue suits; one Hispanic, one Black, stand shoulder to shoulder, smiling.

Kean President Repollet Attends White House’s National Summit on Equal Opportunity in Higher Education

President Repollet recently joined the U.S. Secretary of Education, key members of the Biden-Harris Administration and other higher education stakeholders at a Washington, D.C., summit to discuss strategies for colleges to expand higher education access after the recent Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action.
Kean alumnus and musical composer Colin Bell at the keyboard

Composing Career Takes Kean Music Education Graduate from Marching Bands to the Red Carpet

Colin Bell earned a B.A. in music education from Kean in 2005 and, after graduating, joined the music faculty of his alma mater, Old Bridge High School. He has also become a prolific composer, more recently, for movies and other screen projects.
Students walk across the Kean campus during orientation. GLAAB is visible in background.

Kean Named to ‘Transfer Honor Roll’ for Eighth Year

Kean University has been selected for the eighth consecutive year to the Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Honor Roll, placing the University among the country’s top “Transfer-Friendly” institutions of higher education.
Brenna Levine working in the lab with student Nicolas Largotta, a junior molecular and cell biology major

Kean University Professor Brenna Levine Helps Discover First ‘Virgin Birth’ in Crocodiles

Assistant Professor Brenna Levine, Ph.D., co-authored a research paper proving female crocodiles can reproduce without a mate, a finding that sheds new light on scientists’ understanding of crocodiles’ ancestors, dinosaurs.