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KeanQuest Makes Its Debut

KeanQuest Makes Its Debut

Kean students now have a homegrown peer-reviewed journal, "KeanQuest," in which to share and publish their scholarly research and articles. The first issue features articles authored by four groups of students and their faculty mentors.
Patricia Morreale, executive director of Kean's School of Computer Science
Q&A: Creating a More Diverse Future for Computer Science

Q&A: Creating a More Diverse Future for Computer Science

Patricia Morreale, Ph.D., executive director of the Kean University School of Computer Science and a fellow of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), talks about the benefits of racial and gender diversity in computing.
Tammy Murphy keynotes Sen. Bob Menendez’s Trailblazer Awards Celebration at Kean University
New Jersey’s First Lady Promotes Family Health Initiative at Kean 

New Jersey’s First Lady Promotes Family Health Initiative at Kean 

New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy spoke at a Women's History Month celebration at Kean, outlining her Nurture NJ program to ensure equitable maternal and infant care among women and children of all races and ethnicities.
Ken Bain
Higher Education Expert Touts the Value of 'Big Questions'

Higher Education Expert Touts the Value of 'Big Questions'

Ken Bain, Ph.D., the founding director of teaching and learning centers at several universities and the author of two best-selling books on teaching and learning, recently conducted a professional development session for Kean faculty.
Chelsea Clinton
Chelsea Clinton to Speak, Sign New Book at Kean University

Chelsea Clinton to Speak, Sign New Book at Kean University

Event Sponsored by the Lesniak Institute for American Leadership, Kean’s Distinguished Lecture Series

Best-selling author Chelsea Clinton will speak about her new children’s book, Don’t Let Them Disappear, and threats to endangered animals during a spe

C. Brid Nicholson, Ph.D., is a Kean assistant professor of history, and produces historical documentaries
Documenting History, Kean Professor Is Producer of Films

Documenting History, Kean Professor Is Producer of Films

Associate Professor C. Brid Nicholson shares her passion for history by making documentaries that offer a different way of looking at some of the most fascinating figures of the past.
Grammy-winning Kean alumnus Stefanie R. Minatee
Grammy-Winning Gospel Singer Got Her Start at Kean

Grammy-Winning Gospel Singer Got Her Start at Kean

The Rev. Stefanie R. Minatee, D.Min., has performed gospel with Queen Latifah and Ray Charles, but her career really started with a decision she made at Kean - to major in music.
Dr. Yousseff Kousa ’05, ’07 M.S. examines a test tube in the lab
Kean Alumnus Discovers Genetic Link Between Two Congenital Disorders

Kean Alumnus Discovers Genetic Link Between Two Congenital Disorders

Kean alumnus Dr. Youssef A. Kousa ’05, ’07 M.S. and his collaborators made a breakthrough discovery, identifying three genes that could be responsible for two previously unrelated types of congenital disorders — cleft lip and palate, and neural tube defects like spina bifida.
Kean University professors J. Barry Mascari and Jane Webber
Q&A: J. Barry Mascari, Ed.D., and Jane Webber, Ph.D. on Counseling, Kean and Achieving a Pinnacle

Q&A: J. Barry Mascari, Ed.D., and Jane Webber, Ph.D. on Counseling, Kean and Achieving a Pinnacle

J. Barry Mascari, Ed.D., chair of Kean University’s graduate Department of Counselor Education, and Jane Webber, Ph.D., lecturer and doctoral program coordinator in the department, were named Fellows of the American Counseling Association, the world's largest organization representing professional counselors.
Kean Distinguished Lecture Series Judy A. Smith makes her way through the audience to take questions
Distinguished Lecturer Judy A. Smith Charts Her High-Powered Life

Distinguished Lecturer Judy A. Smith Charts Her High-Powered Life

Judy A. Smith, the real-life inspiration for Olivia Pope, heroine of TV’s Scandal, and the latest lecturer to take part in Kean's Distinguished Lecture Series, talked about taking risks, not setting limits on ourselves, and how fact doesn’t necessarily live up to fiction.