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Brookdale Celebrates July 4th with Campus BBQ
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Brookdale students, employees and community members came together for an informal “meat and greet” on the Lincroft campus July 2, during the Office of Student Life and Activities’ (SLA) annual “Red, White and Barbecue” celebration. Attendees were able to fill up on traditional Fourth of July fare, including burgers, hot dogs and potato salad, while […]

Fifty Students Earn $1,000 OceanFirst Scholarships
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More than 100 high school graduates from across Monmouth and Ocean counties were honored June 30 at the OceanFirst Foundation‘s sixth annual Scholarship Reception, hosted at Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club in Farmingdale. Among them were fifty incoming Brookdale freshmen, each of whom received a $1,000 OceanFirst Foundation scholarship toward their first two years […]

Brookdale Hosts Barnabas Health Career Fair
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Dozens of allied health students and Brookdale alumni sat down with one of the largest employers in the state on June 30 during the Barnabas Health and Monmouth Medical Center Career Fair at the Long Branch Higher Education Center. Barnabas representatives met one-on-one with attendees to discuss a wide range of open positions at the […]

Shakespeare on the Lawn Returns July 9
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Get your lawn chair ready. Brookdale’s widely popular Summer Shakespeare Ensemble will return to the Great Lawn of the Lincroft campus July 9 with a two-week run of William Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus.” The performances, held Thursday through Sunday from July 9 – 19, are free and open to all. This year’s production, however, also comes […]

Seven Students Earn Study-Away Scholarships
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Seven Brookdale students have been selected to receive the 2014-15 Elaine Baran Scholarship, earning money to fund their short- and long-term study away programs this year in Morocco, Australia, Russia, Spain and Hawaii. The scholarship is named in honor of former languages professor Elaine Baran, who was dedicated to both the college community and the […]

Brookdale Welcomes Poseidon Class of 2019
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Twenty-seven exceptional high school students officially joined the Brookdale community this month as the newest members of the Poseidon Early College High School program. The free program is the first of its kind in the state of New Jersey. Based in Brookdale’s Neptune Higher Education Center, Poseidon is a unique partnership between Brookdale and the […]

Campus Community Treated to Free Ice Cream
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With the thermometer rising and the official start of summer only days away, the Office of Student Life and Activities (SLA) took over the Student Life Center on July 18 to offer Brookdale students and employees a cool, refreshing break. As part of their annual “I Scream for Summer” event, SLA members handed out free […]

Brookdale Hosts Veterinary Career Fair
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After completing more than 170 hours of intensive training and sitting for a national certification exam last week, the Spring 2015 graduates of Brookdale’s Veterinary Assistant Certificate program are officially ready to get to work. To assist them in their job search, Brookdale’s Business and Community Development (BCD) division invited a number of local employers […]

Women’s Soccer Team Receives Championship Rings
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Officials and dignitaries from across the state came together on June 9 to recognize the historic achievements of Brookdale’s 2014 women’s soccer team, which became the only squad in college history to win back-to-back national championships with an NJCAA Division III title win last fall. Brookdale President Maureen Murphy, Director of Athletics Shawn Noël and deans […]

Brookdale Recognizes ESL Class of 2015
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For the students in Brookdale’s free, noncredit English as a Second Language (ESL) program, education is much more than a path to a better career. According to ESL instructor Susan George, it is an opportunity to step out of the shadows. “Most of our students, in their work and their everyday life, they are used […]

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