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Robert Schiele is the Executive Vice President of the Graduate and Part-Time Student Council and a Graduate Assistant for the School of Education.
To excel in both the classroom at the graduate level and in the work space requires a sense of patience, time management, diligence, professionalism and a reason to give one's best effort everyday. For Robert Schiele, that reason serves as a purpose to uphold the good name of Kean University.
Stephanie Cardenas, a senior majoring in general biology with a minor in health sciences, is the current Vice President of Multicultural Affairs on the Greek Senate at Kean University.
The last semester for college students can be a fruitful experience, as final classes, graduation pictures, cap-and-gown buying and plan-making for their big commencement ceremony all occur. This can also be a bittersweet and stressful time for students finishing up their undergraduate careers, with the pressures of finding a job after graduation and the need for the payment of student expenses just being some of the worries that seniors have before and after they get their degrees.
What is SOTA? How does it have an impact on the Kean community? SOTA is the Student Occupational Therapy Association, and it allows students the opportunity to develop in their field.
The honor societies at Kean are organizations that separate the academically elite at Kean and gives them a space to come together and work as a group to help others through service and leadership. Often associated with a specific subject, honor societies show high achievement in academics and involvement.
Technology is essential for human evolution, so be a part of the change and join Association of Computing Machinery today!
On February 2nd, Kean University celebrated "Wear Red Day" to bring awareness to women's heart disease.
WKNJ-FM is dedicated to finding and giving these students a platform to build and to encourage other students at Kean. Whether through music or current topics, it is important to acknowledge the progress these students have made.
One of the perks of college and Kean University is the ability to be involved in various activities. Some activities include Greek life, student employment, clubs and honor societies. Kean University is host to 22 honors societies and one of them includes the TriBeta National Honors Society.
Kean University's Speech lab is relocating to the Library room L-114A!
(Pictured above) Members of the Outdoor Adventure and Recreation Club (OAR) as the group went rock climbing!
Venturing out into the unknown wilderness that this world has to offer can be a difficult task. The earth is vast with many things to see and witness, ranging from a variety of historical artifacts and nature's most beautiful creations to national landmarks. However, for college students, the time to travel and visually learn about the world around them is not plentiful. Homework assignments, deadlines, and the pressure to keep a balanced social and academic life can take away from one's exploration of the world. Therefore, some of life's greatest experiences are missed.