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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.
Bostian and Richardson

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."
Kelli O'Hara leans over to share microphone with students to showcase their talents.

An Anniversary Year for the Arts at Kean University

Kean University’s arts programming is celebrating two milestones this year as Kean Stage enters its 10th anniversary season and Premiere Stages marks its 15th anniversary.

Kean Day Connects Students with 170 Groups

VIDEO: Students who get involved on Kean University's campus build stronger networks and have a more enjoyable university experience. From academic clubs to service organizations and Greek life, there are plenty of ways for Kean students to get involved.
Kean professors Christopher Belitto and Xurong Kong

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.
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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.
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'Centennial' Scholarships Make Higher Education Goals Possible for Kean Freshmen

Meet some of the freshmen starting at Kean thanks to the Centennial Fund Scholarship, a need-based award for students with exceptional academic backgrounds.
Kean University President Dawood Farahi, Ph.D. speaks at the 2019 Opening Day Address.

Dawood Farahi Announces 2020 Will Be His Last Year as University President

In his Opening Day Address, Kean University President Dawood Farahi, Ph.D., told the campus community that he will serve his last year as president in 2020 after 17 years leading one of the state’s largest and most diverse universities.
Kean computer science graduate student Matthew Seesselberg is at right

Computer Science Research Project Takes Kean Students to Capitol Hill

A computer science student’s daily commute to Kean put him on the road to Capitol Hill and the prestigious Posters on the Hill conference when he decided to research the effectiveness of Google Maps.