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Kean Research Days 2020, happening in the spring of 2020, is just around the corner. The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) hosts the annual Research Days event at Kean University. Acting Director Susan Gannon and Assistant Director Reenat Munshi say the research days is a great way for students to network and showcase their research in non-competitive environment.
The newest of Kean University's 19 graduate programs is in Genetic Counseling (M.S.). Utilizing a diverse skill set, the new program combines science with real work practice to create and advance treatments. This program will give students the opportunity to research, advance medical science and establish new diagnostic produces.
Every year Kean offers students a chance to win their annual Business Plan Competition. The competition is an opportunity to validate a business idea and help forward the idea by offering participants support and constructive advice throughout the duration of the competition.
The Office of Student Success and Retention and the Nancy Thompson Learning Commons (NTLC) will host two opportunities for students to SLAM the EXAM and Write-in. The events will be held at the NTLC from 6 to 10 p.m. for those late night study sessions. The first of these events takes place Wednesday, Dec. 11 with another session taking place Thursday, Dec. 12.
The time has come to apply for a Residential Assistant (RA) in 2020-2021. The Office of Residential Student Services (RSS) is currently seeking students who are looking to take charge of being a leader in their community, serving as a guide to their peers through the provision of a safe and comfortable living experience for the students residing on campus.
Writing stories and crafting plays can be a creative way to express a writer's feelings through the characters that they create. Creating these stories transports a reader or viewer to a reality where everything they see and hear comes to life. Are you interested in turning your stories into big bucks? Premiere Stages at Kean University is now accepting submissions for the Bauer-Boucher Kean Student/Alumni Playwriting Award.
As December draws near, holiday shows and events are becoming necessities. At Kean University, Kean Stage is preparing for the holidays with four shows: The Klezmatics, A Very Electric Holiday, Darlene Love: Love for the Holidays and A Christmas Story (film). Each of these events will be taking place between December 8-15.
New to the Center of Interdisciplinary Studies is the Environmental Justice academic minor. This 18 to 19 credit minor educates and addresses issues and challenges of environmental and social justice. Students in this minor can expect to participate in a variety of classes in multiple disciplines such as communications, environmental science, global business, public administration, health education, philosophy, psychology, sociology and sustainability. The topics of this minor emphasize the importance and severity of global issues such as diminishing toxic waste disposal, ecological resource protection, water and air quality control and climate change.
On Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019, Student Organization of Kean University is bringing renowned comedian Trevor Noah, veteran of nine comedy specials and host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, to Wilkins Theatre for an evening of stand-up comedy. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the show runs from 9 to 11 p.m.
The culmination of student voter registration and participation has earned Kean University a Gold Seal and Best in Class Award in the national ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, going to show that each vote counts.
On Thursday, Nov. 21, political strategist and commentator David Axelrod visited Kean University for the Distinguished Lecture Series, an ongoing effort to host the public sphere's news-making intellectuals. His lecture, and a followup Q&A, were held in the STEM Auditorium at 4:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 5:30 p.m., students will be able to gather in the STEM Auditorium for the Social Media Summit. Hosted by KeanTV, the Social Media Summit is a chance for aspiring influencers to meet people that are already working hard in their field and discover how they too can grow their brand.
Located right next to the Liberty Hall Museum is one of the newer installments to Kean University: the Liberty Hall Academic Center. The new academic center is the new home for Kean's Department of History on campus.
Have you ever wondered what it was like to have a service dog? How about the reasons people need service dogs? The Kean University Council for Exceptional Children (KUCEC) hosted a workshop about Service Dog Education, in association with Kayla's Paws Service Dog Training, Education, and Assistance Foundation, on Thursday, Nov. 14th in Hennings Hall, Room 113 to answer those questions.
Everyone likes the idea of fine dining, but not everyone has the means to enjoy it all of the time. The Kean community now has a chance to delight in some discounted fine dining, as Ursino Steakhouse & Tavern, a restaurant in their own backyard, has rolled out a Cougar Express Lunch Menu for the Kean community to enjoy.
Award winning musical Sundays in the Park with George is coming to Kean from Friday, Nov. 15 to Saturday, Nov. 23. The musical is based on the painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat and will be a Kean Theatre Conservatory production.
On Sunday, Oct. 27, the American Cancer Society held its Making Strides Against Break Cancer Walk at Johnson Park in Piscataway, NJ. The event also concluded Kean University's month of Breast Cancer Awareness fundraising. From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., members of the Kean community and others walked to broaden awareness of the work being done to combat breast cancer and to lend support to those fighting it.
Beautiful, vibrant, and breathtaking are just some of the words used to describe Kean University's newly constructed campus. Located in the Oak-Ridge section of Jefferson, New Jersey, Kean Skylands is surrounded by stunning scenary.
In school, students are expected to focus on subjects such as math, science and English, while things like art, theater and music often get seen as an after thought or just something to do for fun. On Sunday, Oct. 20, ARTrageous brought the arts to the forefront from 3 p.m to 5 p.m in the Wilkins Theatre.
When preparing for the next step after graduating college, students can feel lost in the pressure of getting internships, fixing their resumes and managing their money. The Leadership Institute is presenting their Chapter After Workshops to help students prepare for post-college success. The Chapter After Workshops are a series of lectures that will work with students to instill skills needed for applying for future careers.