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Kean student Mario Cunha teaches a group of children about bees.

Kean Student Helps People Young and Old Explore a Bug’s Life

Making people squirm is part of Kean Ocean biology student Mario Cunha’s off-campus job.
Gerald Wirth worked with Kean's Concert Choir

From Vienna to Kean, Famed Boys Choir Artistic Director Teaches Master Class

Soaring vocals filled a classroom in Wilkins Theatre on Friday, October 18 as the Kean Concert Choir and Women's Chorus sang in a master class with an internationally known artist, Vienna Boys Choir Artistic Director and President Gerald Wirth.
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A Kean student works at a whiteboard.

$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.

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.
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.
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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 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.
Kean University's oldest graduate in the Class of 2019, Michael Bradic

A Bachelor’s Degree at 72

At the age of 72, Kean Ocean student Michael Bradic checked something off his bucket list — getting a bachelor’s degree in history — and became the oldest graduate in the Kean University Class of 2019.
Kean students and faculty discussed careers with United Nations staff

Public Administration Students Learn First-hand about United Nations Careers

More than 20 Kean students got a global learning experience recently, meeting with officials at the United Nations to discuss international careers in public administration.