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Employees Shine at 2016 Recognition Ceremony
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More than 100 Brookdale faculty, staff and administrators received some well deserved time in the spotlight on May 12 during the college’s annual Employee Recognition Ceremony. On the final day before commencement, and following a morning of personal and professional development offered as part of the 2016 Scholars Day program, employees from every institute, office […]

Brookdale Employees Celebrate 2016 Scholars Day
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Hundreds of Brookdale faculty, staff and administrators came together on May 12 for a day of personal enrichment, professional development and communal growth during the college’s annual Scholars Day program. Co-chaired by psychology professor David Wiseman and biology instructional assistant Kristen Petersen, the program allowed members of the college community to attend a series of […]

Allied Health Graduates Earn Ceremonial Pins
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Brookdale faculty, staff and administrators came together on May 11 to honor this year’s radiologic technology and respiratory care graduates during an official pinning ceremony in the Collins Arena. Brookdale President Dr. Maureen Murphy congratulated the 34 graduates for completing two of the most rigorous training programs the college has to offer, and went on […]

EOF Graduates Honored at 2016 Awards Dinner
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Brookdale faculty, staff, administrators and a wide range of community members came together on May 11 to congratulate the nearly 100 Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) students who were set to graduate at the 2016 Commencement Ceremony on May 13. The graduates, surrounded by a capacity crowd of friends, family and classmates in the Student Life […]

Congratulations Class of 2016!
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More than 2,000 students graduated from Brookdale Community College on May 13 during the college’s 46th annual commencement ceremony on the Lincroft campus. A total of 2,041 students from 18 different countries earned associate degrees from the college, with diplomas handed out during two ceremonies held in the Robert J. Collins Arena. The class of […]

Leadership Society Welcomes First Cohort
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A capacity crowd of friends, family, and faculty packed into the Student Life Center on May 10 to support Brookdale’s first inductees into the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS). Attendees were on hand to recognize the hard work and dedication of the 109 students who officially joined Brookdale’s new NSLS chapter and learn […]

Three Honored at 31st Annual Barringer Awards
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Three Brookdale employees received one of the college’s highest honors on May 6 at the 31st annual Barringer Awards Ceremony, held at the Riverside Pavillion in Belmar. English Professor Roseanne Alvarez, associate speech Professor Howard Miller and Business and Social Science Institute administrator Joan Rudinski joined a pantheon of outstanding Brookdalians in receiving the prestigious […]

31st Annual Barringer Award Winners
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The 2016 Barringer Award winners are:   Roseanne Alvarez Roseanne Alvarez began her career at Brookdale as an instructor in the college’s writing department in 2001. She was promoted to assistant professor of English in 2006, associate professor in 2010, and full professor in 2015. She earned her BA in English from Montclair State University […]

Students Shine at 2016 Honors Symposium
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Eighteen of Brookdale’s best and brightest students capped off a year of hard work and dedication on May 6 during the fifth annual Spring Honors Symposium. The symposium, hosted by the Brookdale Honors Program, gave students an opportunity to present their academic achievements, creative endeavors and professional passions to a capacity crowd of friends, family, […]

Yom HaShoah Ceremony Honors Local Holocaust Survivors
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For today’s educators and advocates, it can be difficult to convey the true impact of the Holocaust to younger generations. The pure statistics – six million European Jews murdered, including 1.5 million children, between 1933 and 1945 – are so daunting that they can be almost impossible to grasp. Instead, historians like Dr. Samuel Kassow […]

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