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Kean to Host 'The Search for Humanity After Atrocity' Conference

Scholars and nonprofit practitioners from around the world will come together at Kean University for a two-day conference examining new ways to pursue justice and negotiate post-conflict conditions.

Kean Welcomes LGBTQIA+ Author for ‘Common Read’ Book Talk

Best-selling author George M. Johnson met with Kean students and faculty on October 11 for a book reading and discussion as Kean took part in its second Common Read.
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Graduate Builds Rewarding Career as Artist After Developing Signature Technique at Kean

When Ricardo Roig ’08 gets the inspiration for a work of art, he sees a flash of light. His other milestone moments have struck like lightning bolts, too.
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Lessons from Kean’s Occupational Therapy Program Guide Graduate in Medical School

As a medical resident at the Cleveland Clinic, Kean University alumna Penina Gross-Richmond is excited about her future as a pediatrician.
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Kean University Is 'Fast Company' 2022 Innovation by Design Awards Honoree

Kean received a prestigious Fast Company 2022 design award for a project in which Associate Professor Edward Johnston and students at Michael Graves College used interactive 3D media to explore history.
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Rain or Shine, It's Homecoming Time at Kean

The wet weather didn’t dampen the mood at Kean University's Homecoming, where a spirited crowd of Cougar alumni and students enjoyed football and carnival games, and connected with friends. Dressed in Kean sweatshirts and other gear, students, alumni, faculty and staff took in the annual University tradition. 
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Kean Invites Local Musicians to Join New Community Orchestra

The Kean-NJIO Orchestra, a new intergenerational community orchestra at Kean, is looking for musicians with orchestral experience to perform a “varied, adventurous and inclusive repertoire.”
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Kean President Addresses Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference

Kean University President Lamont O. Repollet, Ed.D., spoke today on a Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference panel in Washington, D.C. about the importance of building a pipeline to boost the number of Black teachers across the country.
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Thousands Attend 2nd Annual Jazz & Roots Festival

Kean University’s Jazz & Roots Music Festival drew a crowd of more than 4,000 to the Lawn at Enlow Hall on Saturday, September 24, for an evening of jazz, blues and reggae music, featuring Jazz Master Dianne Reeves and other performers.
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Kean Team Provides Technology Training to Rowan University Educators

Kean University’s administrative team recently visited Rowan University’s College of Education to provide professional development for faculty on using technology to increase student engagement.