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Brookdale Students Join Effort to Preserve, Restore Fort Hancock
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Brookdale interior design students and faculty have partnered with the National Park Service (NPS) to help reimagine one of the Jersey Shore’s most iconic historical landmarks. Over the last five months, ten students worked with professor Celeste Chirichello, instructor Erica Tufaro and NPS officials to create comprehensive redevelopment proposals for three buildings at Fort Hancock, the decommissioned military […]

Students, Faculty Connect with Statewide Education Groups
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Brookdale students and faculty networked with some of the top minds in higher education this spring during annual meetings for the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association (NJCBAA) and the American Association of University Women (AAUW) of New Jersey.  On April 28, Brookdale students Ronald Croce, Matthew T. Doucette and Jenna Knapp were officially welcomed into the NJCBAA […]

Students, Faculty Honored at 2017 Global Citizenship Awards
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Dozens of students, faculty members, campus clubs and advisors were recognized for “thinking outside the classroom” on May 2 during the seventh annual Global Citizenship Awards, hosted by Brookdale’s Global Citizenship Project, The International Education Center and the Office of Student Life and Activities. The program recognized four clubs and more than 20 students for performing […]

Brookdale Faculty, Staff Recognized by Board of Trustees
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More than 20 Brookdale faculty and staff members were honored for their outstanding achievements this past academic year during the Brookdale Board of Trustee’s monthly public meeting in Lincroft on April 18. Nineteen faculty members from all four academic institutes were recognized for earning promotions or tenure, while three staff members were presented with the […]

Brookdale Student Awarded First Ever Cybersecurity Scholarship
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Second-year computer science major Michael Giacona has joined an elite group of community college students from across the country this year as a new member of the National Science Foundation‘s (NSF) Scholarships for Service (SFS) program. Giacona, 19, will receive a full-ride scholarship for his final year at Brookdale, along with a $22,500 stipend and an allowance […]

Rad Tech Students Rally For Breast Cancer Awareness
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In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, dozens of Brookdale students and faculty members are working to shine a spotlight on the disease that affects 12 percent of all women born in the U.S. On Oct. 12, approximately 50 first- and second-year radiologic technology joined instructor Kathleen Taggart and Prof. Terry Konn in a campus “flash mob,” donning pink clothes […]

Five Faculty Members Honored as Outstanding Colleagues
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Five Brookdale professors accepted one of the college’s most coveted honors on Sept. 1, after being selected by their fellow faculty members for the 2016 Outstanding Colleague Award. Assistant library professor Amy Clark, associate library professor Sarah Leahy, former associate history professor Laura Neitzel, engineering and technology professor Mohammad Shanehsaz and associate culinary arts professor […]

Brookdale Hosts Cybersecurity Summer Camp
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More than three dozen local high school students got a crash course in one of the nation’s fastest growing career fields this summer during the first ever GenCyber Jersey Blues camp. The free program, hosted on Brookdale’s Lincroft campus and funded by grants from the National Security Administration and National Science Foundation, offered two groups of 20 […]

Honors Program Welcomes Fifty New Members
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More than 50 of Monmouth County’s highest achieving students were welcomed in the Brookdale Honors Program Aug. 11 during a day-long orientation program on the Lincroft campus. The students – who form the largest ever cohort selected to the Honors Program since its redesign six years ago – were welcomed by a wide range of faculty, administrators […]

Auto Tech Student Wins General Motors Scholarship
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For second-year Brookdale student Elizabeth Kruse, college is already starting to pay off. The 19-year-old Automotive Technology major is currently enrolled in the college’s GM-ASEP program, which allows students to spend half of each semester working at a General Motors (GM) dealership or an AC Delco repair facility. This summer Kruse is working alongside a […]

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