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Professor Earns National Honor as Top Professor in the State

Linda Wang’s students appreciate her encouragement and dedication to helping them succeed. Now, a leading education academy is doing the same. Wang, professor of mathematics and club advisor at Brookdale Community College, has been named the 2013 New Jersey Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council […]

International Education Week Kicks Off November 14

Brookdale Community College’s International Center will host International Education Week from November 14 – 21, 2013. International Education Week provides the Brookdale community with a variety of events on and off campus, while celebrating the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. International Education Week is a joint initiative of the U.S. Departments of State […]

Women’s Soccer Wins National Championship

The Brookdale women’s soccer team became the NJCAA Division III National Champions this evening with a 4-3 victory over the Mohawk Valley Community College Hawks. Brookdale took an early 1-0 lead with a goal from Caroline Duerr assisted by Chelsea James. Brookdale’s Brooke Tartis, added a second goal in the first half making it 2-0 […]

Bankier Library Exhibit Remembers Sandy Anniversary

One year after the catastrophic Super Storm Sandy rocked the Jersey coast, the Bankier Library assembled a display to observe the storm’s anniversary.  The exhibit contains photographs and information about the storm, recovery efforts, hurricane preparation checklists, and more. “On the anniversary of Sandy, we thought it was worth examining the recovery process and how […]

Super Storm Sandy Retrospective Exhibit

An opening reception for a retrospective show recalling the storm’s impact on our community was held on October 29, 2013, the one year anniversary of Sandy. Work created by Brookdale faculty, staff members, students, and alumni is on display in the CVA Gallery now through November 8. Please visit the photo gallery to view photos […]

Students Continue to Commit to Complete at C4 Carnival

The patio outside the Student Life Center (SLC) on Brookdale Community College’s Lincroft campus was transformed on October 24. Dozens of balloons, boardwalk style games and prizes, and favorite childhood snacks including cotton candy, snow cones, and popcorn, converted the SLC into the Community College Completion Challenge (C4) Carnival. A clown entertained the crowds by […]

WBJB Applauded for Sandy efforts

The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders declared October 24 Brookdale Public Radio Day. In a proclamation read at the October 24 freeholder meeting, the board praised Brookdale for its role in “providing news and information to the public before, during and after Superstorm Sandy” according to a recent press release. Tom Brennan, along with […]

Brookdale Students Commit to Complete Degrees

To Brookdale Community College student Victor Turitzin of Middletown, an associate degree means transferring credits easily.  To Justin Melendez, a business student from Howell, an associate’s means a greater statistical chance of completing a bachelor’s. To T.J. Curran of Colts Neck, the associate degree is a milestone. “When I transfer, I can always say to […]

Brookdale’s First Fulbright Scholar Sharpens Teaching Skills

Mariana Grassi’s love of teaching was evident as a little girl growing up in Brazil, where she used to “teach” her younger friends using a whiteboard in her home.  Today, she teaches college students at Brookdale, where she is the institution’s first Fulbright Scholar. Grassi, a recent graduate of the Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil, […]

On-the-Spot Academic Help at the Bankier Library

Move over, stacks of reference materials. Make way for the Learning Commons. It’s not your grandmother’s library anymore. The academic library, once just a place to find information, is evolving into a place where students also receive assistance using that information, as academic libraries move toward a new model that includes expanded services and broad […]

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