Kean Research Days is an annual occasion which celebrates research and creative endeavors with a series of events. This is a campus-wide event that brings together students and faculty from all disciplines. Research Days showcases the research work and creative projects of faculty and students. The three-day long event consists of the Keynote Presentation, 3 Minute Thesis Competition and Oral and Poster presentations. Research Days provides an excellent opportunity for students to share their research work with the campus community and also appreciate the work of fellow classmates and faculty members.

Dr. Jenny Li from Department of Computer Science received the “Faculty Research Mentor of the Year 2017” award.

Naomi Horowitz, Class of 2017, from School of Environmental and Sustainability Sciences received the “Undergraduate Student Researcher of the Year 2017” award.

This year, a total of 485 Kean students participated in Research Days and over 230 student posters were showcased during the event.