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Kean Hosts Google Women in Computing Event

Kean's School of Computer Science and Technology recently co-hosted the Google-sponsored conference, Exploring Research: Women in Computing. Undergraduate women in computer science, information technology and related fields were invited from across the region to learn about research and graduate opportunities in computer science.
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Provost Jeffrey H. Toney, Ph.D., Named Visiting Scholar at Harvard University

Provost and Vice President for Research and Faculty Jeffrey H. Toney, Ph.D., will spend the summer of 2020 as a visiting scholar in the Harvard University Department of the History of Science researching the topic, How Amateurs Changed the World: Philosophical Foundations of Scientific Discoveries.
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$1.5 Million Federal Grant Supports Kean’s Supplemental Instruction Program

Kean’s Supplemental Instruction program has received a $1.5 million federal grant to fund a major expansion of the program, which offers specialized, peer-to-peer academic support to students enrolled in traditionally difficult gateway courses such as chemistry and mathematics.
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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

Four drawings by Michael Graves College Associate Dean Rose Gonnella are part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) Sara Roby Foundation Collection in Washington, D.C.

News 12 NJ: Kean Skylands Campus is 'Simply Stunning'

VIDEO: News 12 New Jersey visited the Kean Skylands campus in Jefferson recently and met with earth science students who are engaging in hands-on learning in the field. Video courtesy of News-12 New Jersey.
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The Institute for Life Science Entrepreneurship at Kean Named Top Tech Accelerator in the Nation

ILSE received the Best Life Science Tech Accelerator-USA award from Global Health & Pharma, which pays "homage to those whose innovative work within the pharmaceutical industry contributes towards furthering the advancement of patient care."
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Speech-Language Professors Spearhead New Autism Training Program

Two Kean University speech-language pathology professors received a faculty scholarship to collaborate with colleagues at Nathan Weiss Graduate College on a model graduate-level training program for students to specialize in working with children on the autism spectrum.
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Liberty Hall Museum & Academic Center Connects History with Future

VIDEO: The new Liberty Hall Museum & Academic Center offers students, scholars and visitors the chance to conduct hands-on research of historical artifacts and documents.
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Kean Professors Travel the Globe as Fulbright Specialists

Two Kean history professors took their academic expertise overseas this summer as Fulbright Specialists at universities in China and New Zealand.
High school students researched STEM topics from medicinal chemistry to machine learning during the summer research program at Kean.

Top High School STEM Students Spend Summer Learning at Kean

High-achieving math and science students from high schools throughout New Jersey spent much of their summer vacation at Kean University, doing hands-on research in areas ranging from analytical chemistry to computational mathematics.