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2018 Allied Health Graduates Earn Ceremonial Pins
Allied Health graduates receive their pins

The graduates of two of Brookdale’s health care training programs were recognized in a special pinning ceremony on May 9 in the Robert J. Collins Arena. Twenty-four graduates of the Radiologic Technology program and 14 Respiratory Care graduates were pinned before a capacity crowd at the annual Allied Health Pinning Ceremony. Brian Sandy, first-year Respiratory […]

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
2018 Commencement ceremonies

With 980 associate in arts degrees, 532 associates in applied science degrees, 474 associate in social science degrees awarded; 19 Poseidon early college high school and 9 St. John Vianney early college academy graduates; 68 academic credit certificates, and 29 academic credit certificates of achievement conferred, there was much to celebrate on May 10 in […]

Students Team Up in 2018 STEM Quiz Bowl
Ana Teodorescu tallies points for a question during the Stem Quiz Bowl

Brookdale students teamed up to show off their knowledge in science, math, technology and engineering at this year’s STEM Quiz Bowl hosted on April 17 in the Navesink Rooms. A total of ten teams of six went head-to-head, scribbling as many correct answers as possible on their dry erase boards.  Questions ranged from what programming […]

Nursing Graduates Honored at 2018 Pinning Ceremony
Seated nursing graduates in white coats applaud during a nursing pinning ceremony in the Collins Arena.

Following years of hard work, dozens of exams and thousands of hours of clinical training in local health care facilities, 87 graduates of Brookdale’s Nursing Program received some well-deserved recognition on Feb. 5 during the Fall 2018 Nursing Pinning Ceremony. The ceremony, held in the Collins Arena, offered graduates the opportunity to reflect on their experiences in one […]

Student Photographers, Sculptors Featured in New CVA Exhibit
A wire sculpture designed around an automotive spark plug featured in a new museum exhibit.

From 3-D wire sculptures and hand-crafted clay plates to striking portraits and sweeping landscapes, the very best of Brookdale’s sculpture and photography departments is now on display in the CVA Gallery. The new exhibit, titled “Printed, Assembled, Formed: Photography, Ceramics & Metal,” features more than 50 works of art by dozens of advanced Brookdale art […]

Six Faculty Members Honored as Outstanding Colleagues
Professor Raj Wesley poses with a plaque in front of two flags in the Student Life Center.

Five Brookdale professors and one former professor were presented with one of the college’s highest honors on Sept. 5, after being selected by their fellow faculty members for the 2017 Outstanding Colleague Award. Assistant library professor Valerie Bonilla, nursing professor Linda Hoffman, assistant mathematics professor Hanli Huang, assistant biology professor Robert Martens, and associate psychology professor Rajkumari […]

Brookdale Honors Program Welcomes Forty New Members
Dozens of students, faculty and administrators stand together on the Lincroft campus walkway.

Dozens of Monmouth County’s highest achieving students were officially welcomed into the Brookdale Honors Program Aug. 10, during a day-long orientation program on the Lincroft campus. The students – who form the one of the largest cohorts to join the Honors Program in recent memory – were greeted by a wide range of faculty, administrators and fellow students, including honors coordinator Jonathan Moschberger, […]

Brookdale to Roll Out ‘Textbook-Free’ Math Course
A class of students studies math in the MAS building.

Beginning this fall, students who take the MATH 021 Introductory Algebra course at Brookdale will no longer have to buy a traditional textbook. Instead, thanks to a new college-wide Open Educational Resources (OER) initiative, students will be able to download and print a free copy of the college’s new MATH 021 coursebook, or buy a […]

Brookdale Hosts Second Annual Cybersecurity Camp
Students wearing blue 'GenCyber' shirts work together on a laptop computer in the ATec building.

Dozens of local high school students got a crash course in one of the nation’s fastest growing career fields this summer during the second annual GenCyber Jersey Blues camp. The free program, hosted on Brookdale’s Lincroft campus and funded by grants from the National Security Administration (NSA) and National Science Foundation, offered two groups of 20 students the opportunity to work with expert […]

Students ‘Dive In’ to Bermuda Study Abroad Program
Students stand together on a boat in the Caribbean during a study abroad excursion in Bermuda.

It’s rare to find a college syllabus that includes items like snorkeling, coral reef research, fish identification and trawling for plankton. It’s rarer still to find a summer class that meets on a boat, a marine research base and in a fully functioning laboratory on the island of Bermuda. But for the eight students who […]

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