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Two of Rose Gonnella's drawings are pictured at left, in Sara Roby Gallery traveling exhibition. It was in Nantucket.

Kean Associate Dean’s Drawings Included in Smithsonian Collection

Associate Dean Rose Gonnella’s work reaches beyond administration, research and teaching in the Michael Graves College; she’s also an artist whose drawings are included in a Smithsonian collection.
(L-R) Samantha Power, David Axelrod, Martin Luther King III, and Jamie Metzl

Distinguished Lecture Series to Open with Perspectives on Global Diplomacy and American Politics

Former Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power and political strategist David Axelrod will speak at Kean University this fall as Kean University’s Distinguished Lecture Series returns for its third year.
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Kean Skylands campus

Kean Skylands Campus Opens to Students

Students from northwest New Jersey are studying biology, criminal justice and management at the new Kean Skylands campus in Jefferson. It offers students with associate degrees the chance to earn their bachelor's degrees close to home on a unique campus with a renovated former abbey and a treehouse classroom building, all connected by a beautiful skywalk. 
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Kean University Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Paul Croft, Ph.D.

Q&A: Hurricanes, Dorian and Climate Change

Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Paul Croft, Ph.D., a meteorologist, discusses the conditions that created the devastating Hurricane Dorian and whether we should expect more storms like it.
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A classroom at Kean University, with "Top 50 Northern U.S. Social Mobility"

U.S. News & World Report Ranks Kean Top Performer on Social Mobility

U.S. News & World Report this week ranked Kean University among the top universities in the northern United States for helping economically disadvantaged students enroll and graduate within six years.
A group of new American citizens at their naturalization ceremony, held at Kean University.

‘Welcome Home’ to New U.S. Citizens at Liberty Hall Naturalization Ceremony

With historic Liberty Hall Museum as a backdrop, 29 new American citizens who live in Union County were sworn in at a recent naturalization ceremony at Kean University.
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The New Jersey delegation visited Zhejiang Rui’an High School during the STEM forum.

Kean Launches NJ-China STEM Sister School Program for K-12

University Holds International STEM Education Forum at Wenzhou-Kean University in China Kean University has launched an international sister school program between K-12 schools in New Jersey and China that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math
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Kean Ocean Students Head to Front of the Class at Lavallette School

Health and Physical Education majors from Kean Ocean are getting the chance to earn extra in-school training through a unique relationship with the Lavallette school district.
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Two students pose in the Elizabeth River during their river clean up.

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.
Kean graduate students provided sensory activities for children

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.