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Michael Graves College Students are 'Thinking Creatively'

The annual Thinking Creatively conference gives design and architecture students at Kean the chance to learn from leaders in their fields and work with them on real-world projects. This year the students took a hands-on approach to creative work for the Elizabeth, N.J. postal service. 

Kean Graduate Students Train In Real Allied Healthcare Scenarios

Graduate students studying physical therapy, speech, occupational therapy and more got the chance to learn from each other and work together to help a fictional patient during Kean's Interprofessional Grand Rounds program.
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Earth Week Educates and Inspires Students

Kean students passionate about protecting the environment shared their message on campus with a series of Earth Week events, including a cleanup of the Elizabeth River and an Earth Day Fair.
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The Team Approach to Learning

VIDEO: At the Michael Graves College Thinking Creatively conference's Let's Charrette and the Nathan Weiss Graduate College Grand Rounds, students from various academic disciplines worked together to develop interdisciplinary solutions in real-world scenarios.
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Kean Women Math Graduates Defy the Odds

Four women of color who will graduate with mathematical sciences degrees from Kean this May have been accepted to graduate programs nationwide, bucking a national trend showing both gender and racial gaps in math higher education and professions.
A group of Kean Psy.D. students developed school safety plans.

Psy.D. Students Address School Safety with Local Officials

Students in the Combined School and Clinical Psychology program who are studying school violence and related issues recently presented their findings to the mayor and police chief of Scotch Plains. They researched a wide range of school safety issues, including infectious diseases, mental health, substance abuse, bullying and overuse of technology.
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Kean University students proudly display the fundraising tally for the Kean Dance Marathon.

Kean Dance Marathon Sets Sixth Straight Fundraising Record

The Kean Dance Marathon raised $54,175 for Children's Specialized Hospital in Mountainside, another record. The marathon has raised more than $230,000 for the hospital since it began in 2014.
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Students Help Make Theatre Sensory Friendly for All

The sound level in Wilkins Theater was lowered, the house lights were cut in half, and a team of Kean graduate students provided sensory friendly sand play, crafts, games and a crawl-through tunnel during a recent performance of the children’s show Pinkalicious: The Musical.
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Chelsea Clinton Urges Action to Help Endangered Species

Best-selling author and animal rights advocate Chelsea Clinton joined Senator Raymond J. Lesniak at Kean's Enlow Recital Hall to discuss her new book, "Don't Let Them Disappear." The former first daughter answered questions from children and signed books for the sold-out crowd.
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Research Days Speaker Creates STEAM from STEM

The keynote speaker at Kean's Research Days will be celebrated artist Paula Gaetano Adi, known for her works that combine art and technology. Her appearance highlights the addition of the arts to the traditional STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.