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Kean University Greek Senate won two awards from the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) Conference in Pittsburgh. The awards won were for the Organizational Development and Membership Recruitment awards. This is the fourth consecutive year that Kean's Greek Senate has received recognition from the NGLA.
On Sunday, March 18, the Human Rights Institute at Kean University and Senator Bob Menendez will present the Evangelina Menendez Trailblazers award in commemoration of Women's History Month. The event will take place at the Wilkin's Theater from 3 to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, March 6 from 7 to 11 p.m., the Kean University Involvement Center will be hosting the 2018 CultureFest in celebration of Unity Week and the diversity on campus.
From Feb. 10 to 12, seven students from Kean University had the opportunity to attend the Lemkin Summit to End Genocide and Mass Atrocities, in Washington D.C. This trip was organized by The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and the Human Rights Institute, and it was funded by one of Kean's Quality First Initiative Grants (QFI).
The Graduate and Part-Time Student Council's application to be a part of the executive board and the council are available! Positions open are for the executive board and representative positions. The deadline for the application is Friday March 2 at 2 p.m.
Imagine having a loved one deal with a disease they are not aware is occurring, why is that? That is because not many people understand or have the access to such knowledge. National Wear Red Day is an event in February that seeks to show support and awareness for women by wearing red. Wear Red Day at Kean University took place on Friday, Feb. 2, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Miron Student Center (MSC) Atrium.
The hectic life of an average college student leaves little time and consideration for one's own well being. Thankfully, Fit to be Kean offers four different programs from Sunday to Thursday for commuters and residents alike.
Have a knack for open mic performances? Want to get involved in fun activities to celebrate Black History Month? Be blacked out! Blacked Out is hosted by the Poetry Club and will take place Thursday, Feb. 22 from 7 to 10 p.m. at Cougars Den in the Miron Student Center (MSC).
Kean University's Involvement Center is hosting an informational campus-wide week for students to learn about the 170 student groups and organizations across Kean's three campuses: Kean Ocean, Kean-Wenzhou. and the Union campus. Titled "Involvement Week", students will be exposed to finding out about the various and diverse organizations on campus.
The articles written in The Cougar's Byte are written and researched by students of Kean. They work through a process of coming up with story ideas, getting the ideas approved, writing the articles, editing them and publishing. The Cougar's Byte is looking for new staff writers.
Academic grants funded by the state at Kean University, such as the returning McNair Scholars Program, make it a priority to attract and recruit low-income, minority and first-generation students who are interested in the science field to attend graduate school and apply for Ph. D. programs.
Isaac Taylor is a sophomore at Kean and has already been involved in multiple community service projects and has grown a strong involvement resume.
One of the ways Kean Stage gets its point across is through musicals and plays. Rhapsody In Black will be shown Friday, Jan. 26, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. in Wilkins Theatre.
Being the leading scorer for a collegiate basketball team is already a difficult task for anyone to accomplish, regardless of what school someone plays at. Add in a lengthy school schedule, long practices that do not just end when the coach dismisses everyone, and the pressure of being one of the most recognizable faces of collegiate basketball at an institution and someone's work will be cut out for them.
Sounds almost insurmountable, right? Not to Marajiah Bacon. Not at all.
Valeria Cruz is a senior studying psychology pre-occupational therapy with a minor in health sciences. Taylor Shubsda, human resources manager believes that Cruz is an asset to their office and provides valuable support to the other staff.
Attention all transfer students! The School of General Studies located in the Center for Academic Success (CAS) is now hiring Transfer Instructional Mentor (TIMs).
Research Days is set to take place on April 24-25 in the spring semester of 2018 in the STEM Building, and all students and faculty who are engaging in a research project are encouraged to join.
Kean University is home to numerous students who truly make impacts on campus and abroad. Ever since her freshman year, Samantha Toll has been one of those students.
The road to success is filled with different twists and turns with each road being different for every person. Regardless of major or occupation, the dream of prosperity in one's life acts as a motivating factor to almost anyone who is working toward a goal. For Abanoub Nakhla, also known as "Taffy", this statement could not be more truthful.
Everyone knows the saying, "Men are from Mars and women are from Venus..." Monday, Dec. 4, in the Little Theater of the Miron Student Center (MSC), Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), Women of Excellence (WoE) and Men of Excellence (MoE) put that saying to the test. The event Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus, was a panel discussion made up of selected members of PRSSA, WoE, and MoE.