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Kean's Supplemental Instruction program is offered to all students in general chemistry.

Program Aims to Help Students Succeed in Challenging Courses

A new program at Kean is designed to help students excel by offering voluntary extra instruction in specific courses that have been identified as challenging -- like chemistry.
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Professor Shares Italy Experiences with History Students

History Professor Christopher Bellitto, Ph.D., brought new insights into his classes after spending three weeks in Italy this summer and giving lectures at the Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna.
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Two sets of twin brothers are among several twin siblings rooming together at Kean.

Doubling Up: Twin Siblings Adjust to Campus Life, Together

Naaseem Gabriel was accepted at every college to which he applied, so he had a lot to consider when it came time to pick a school. How far away is each college? How good are the programs? How much will it cost?
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The ‘Poetics of Practice’ at Inaugural College of Liberal Arts Convocation

Poet Terrance Hayes was the keynote speaker at the first College of Liberal Arts Convocation, which officially launched the 2018-2019 academic year.
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Science Lab Updates Bring New Technology to Kean’s Students

Kean has doubled its lab and classroom space to help meet the growing demand for healthcare professionals in the state, region and nation.
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CBPM Building Rendering & Background

College of Business and Public Management Building to Open in 2020

Construction is set to begin for the newest academic building on the Kean University campus after the Board of Trustees recently approved a contract for the College of Business and Public Management building off Morris Avenue.
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Kean's Sara Compion with Viva Foundation's Meleney Kriel.

Building Bridges Across Continents

Kean students recently got a lesson in international social activism from the head of a nonprofit organization that is helping to build communities in impoverished areas in South Africa.
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An American flag that flew over Ground Zero is raised at Kean University.

Solemn Ceremony, Day of Service, Memorialize September 11

The Kean University community remembered the September 11, 2001 terror attacks in a solemn ceremony at the University’s Human Rights Institute that also marked a day of service to others.
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Occupational therapy students working with clients

New Academic Programs Expand Kean’s Educational Offerings

Five new degree programs have been added to Kean University’s academic offerings for the 2018-2019 academic year to meet the growing demand for healthcare professionals and offer students a global perspective in an evolving job market.

Politics and 'Scandal' Open Distinguished Lecture Series

Presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Jon Meacham and Judy A. Smith, whose career in high-level crisis management inspired the hit TV show Scandal, will launch Kean University’s Distinguished Lecture Series this semester.