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The ultimate goal in attending a university is to attain the skills and certification in a specific field to be used in a full time career. After graduation or during attendance, students want to reach these jobs they have trained for. Career Services provides information on jobs and careers for students and alumni. Their services are offered past graduation as they offer connections to employers directly through Kean University.
Housed in the Nancy Thompson Library, the Kean University Human Rights Institute is dedicated to supporting and promoting equal rights and anti-discrimination throughout not only Kean University but extends to the world. The institute designs ways to combat human rights atrocities and their causes. It is passionate about the importance of awareness and education for human rights that are being violated all over the world.
Kean University is dedicated to the safety of all students, staff and faculty. On campus there is a fully functioning police department with law enforcement and security services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Located in Downs Hall, the police department maintains a K-9 unit and protects and serves the Kean community following the three values "Integrity. Courage. Respect".
Kean University has established itself as a hub for education and continuous learning. This extends to young children through the Jumpstart program.
Kean University seeks to create an environment conducive to academic learning and personal development. Student Health Services intends to remove the hindrances and worry associated with physical and mental health.
Kean University is an institution that seeks to provide awareness and information about a multitude of issues. It has the capacity to do so because of the various clubs and organizations on campus that encourage students to join and help others in need.
The Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Kean was developed for interested students to explore, engage and participate in intellectual dialogue on topics related to gender. In this program are dedicated and passionate professors such as Consuelo Bonillas, whose new title as of Fall 2018 is Professor of Community Health Education.
Kean University Rotaract Action Club (KURAC) is a worldwide service organization that allows young adults to serve as leaders in the community. Rotaract will be made up of six new eboard members including president Stephanie Mera, vice president Michelle Duarte, secretary Akane Ueda, treasurer Mike Gonzalez, director of public relations Sarah Fedak, and advisor Bok Jeong.
Kean University is home to more than 100 undergraduate programs that allow its students to develop and obtain knowledge in many areas.
With all of his involvement and positions on campus, John Simons keeps busy. Simons works as a student ambassador with the Office of Admissions. He is a Nu Sigma Phi Greek Senate representative, student chapter president of The One Club, and public relations director of The Graphic Organization (GO!).
The Physical Therapy Club (PT Club) at Kean University was established to help guide students aspiring to pursue careers in physical therapy.
Kean University takes pride in its organizations and student leaders. With that being said, there are more than 160 student groups with a variety of eboard members. One of the clubs is the Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Association which strives to help members develop stronger leadership and communication skills.
It is safe to say that when attending college one does not anticipate the moment of graduation to come, and when it does it is important to have a plan for the future.
Junior inflelder and pitcher Kaitlin Stahlbrand at-bat during the Kean Cougars' New Jersey Athletic Conference home opener at Cougar Softball Stadium Saturday, March 31, 2018.
Poetry Club president Tierra Hooker (Pictured third to right) with members from the Poetry Club performed inspirational spoken-word, enticing songs and thought-provoking poems at Kean's Culture Fest on Tuesday, March 6.
On March 20, the Kean University field hockey team was awarded a Zag Field Hockey/NFHCA Division III National Academic Team Award. This award is only presented to teams that have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher for the fall semester, which the Cougars met and surpassed with a team GPA of 3.6. Only 131 Division III Field Hockey teams, including the Cougars, earned the distinction this season.
Poetry and spoken word have been instruments for expression and catalysts for creativity, constructing elaborate pieces of art throughout the extensive story of humanity. The art of constructing intricate pieces through the use of one's vivid mind and vocabulary have created memorable writings that had the power to inspire and motivate future generations, just with the use of one's voice and a pen to a piece of paper.
Taylor MacLean is a graduate student at Kean University currently earning her doctorate degree in clinical and school psychology, who was the winner of the $25,000 AbbVie Cystic Fibrosis Scholarship. MacLean suffers from cystic fibrosis, a disease that affects her lungs and digestive system, but through her own determination and never-quit attitude, she is able to continue her education at Kean and receive this great honor to help further her life and career goals.