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With the end of the semester comes final exams, projects and for many students, presentations. But do not fear speaking in front of a class because the Kean University Communication Department offers services through the Speech Lab to help students combat the fear of public speaking and better prepare for presentations.
As the semester approaches its midpoint, the Office of Intervention and Retention will offer a variety of workshops to help students stay on track throughout the remaining weeks of the fall semester, especially during crunch time.
Being a student trustee means listening to the voice of the Kean University student body and helping the university grow. A student trustee is expected to keep the World Class Education mission statement alive and serve as a bridge between students and faculty.
Marissa Robinson, a special education and psychology alumna of Kean University, achieved being one of the top 30 honorees for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Woman of the Year.
On Monday, September 26, 2016, junior Vaughn Scott was announced as the second Kean University football player to achieve New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Special Teams Player of the Week recognition.
Darin Hungerford received New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Defensive Player of the Week recognition on Monday, September 26, 2016, after posting 11 tackles in a win over the William Patterson University football team on Saturday, September 24, 2016.
Freshman Anna Chan was acknowledged by the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) as tennis rookie of the week on September 12, 2016. This is Kean University's second rookie of the week recognition for the fall 2016 season thus far.
Walk into the Green Lane Academic Building (GLAB) and one will notice in the gallery on the first floor, a resident hall room. Question is...what is it doing there?
Whether a freshman on campus for the first time or a senior on Cougar Walk for the last time, there is an overpowering desire to find like-minded people at a university swarming with students. Most clubs and organizations on campus can vouch that that desire is the reason they came into existence. After all, it is nice for a student to gather with people who understand him or her.
Why is history important? Is it important? History is taught since a young age, however, many cannot say one way or the other the mission of those class lessons.
After leading the Kean Men's Soccer team to victory in the Cialella Classic Tournament, sophomore Mateo Castro Arias was named New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Defensive Player of the Week on Monday, September 12, 2016.
After helping Kean University defeat Bridgewater State by a close score of 15-14 on Saturday, September 10, 2016, junior Aryeh Moslavi was chosen as the NJAC Special Teams Player of the Week on September 12, 2016.
How big of an achievement can one accomplish during their first week of college? Jesse Larkin, a freshman on the Kean University women's volleyball team, received the first New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) rookie of the week award for the 2016 season. Not only was it her first time playing for Kean University, but she also helped the team win 5-0 during Kean University's opening weekend.
For the first time, the student body of Kean University voted in a woman to be the president of Student Organization (the full-time undergraduate student government). Starting the fall semester of 2016, Emily Cubilete will take on the role previously held by alumnus Nigel Donald.
Earlier this year, newly elected officers celebrated throughout the main campus when the results of the Student Government elections were announced.
Ever have a writing assignment that required some assistance? How about multiple writing assignments with deadlines that are approaching faster than expected? Well fear not! The Writing Center at Kean University has a staff of graduate and undergraduate students that provide one-on-one coaching in a non-judgmental environment to members of the campus community. The Writing Center is located in room 111-E of the Maxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success (CAS), and is open during the Spring, Summer I, Summer II and Fall semesters.
Whenever a student is in need of a medical appointment for whatever non-emergency reason, students can rely on the office of Health Services. Health Services is there to provide the best service possible to all students, but in order for a student to receive the help one needs, he or she needs to set up an appointment.
The Accounting Club is organized to bring students together who are interested in the accounting profession in a social and academic atmosphere, which is designed to aid their personal development.
Doing one or two community service trips here and there is manageable. It truly takes a special type of individual to be committed to the improvement of the community on a reoccurring basis. These individuals will have calendars full with nearly all volunteer opportunities.
Conferences, as a medium of networking and epicenter of information, are tremendously valuable. They offer a collective space where professionals can share their wisdom with students in pursuit of similar goals and dreams.