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Monthly Archives: May 2013

New York Times Best Selling Author Shares Secrets on How to Adapt to Change

Imagine having to pack up your belongings, move to an unfamiliar part of country, and restart your life. Unsettling, right? Pamela Redmon Satran, a New York Times best-selling author and columnist for multiple print publications, shared how she faced an enormous change in her life, but was inspired to find her passion at a professional […]

Brookdale Students Inducted into NJCBAA Honor Society

Five Brookdale Community College students were inducted into the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association (NJCBAA) Honor Society. Mei Chun Chang, Rachel McGarvey, Victoria Paterson, Kerrie Russo, and Peter Toulios were honored at the 10th Annual Induction Ceremony at the State House in Trenton on May 3. The NJCBAA Honor Society inducts the top one […]

Nursing Graduates Honored at Pinning Ceremony

Brookdale Community College honored the 2013 Nursing graduates at the College’s annual Nursing Pinning Ceremony on May 20. Dr. Maureen Murphy, President of Brookdale, offered her congratulations to the Nursing graduates, and thanked family members and friends for their continued support. Dr. Jayne Edman, Dean of Science and Health Science, touchingly reminded the graduates that […]

Chance Meeting Inspires Student to Continue Educational Goals

Jennifer Jordan, Manager of Student Records Systems at Brookdale Community College, and Jennifer West, a Brookdale student, never met on the College’s campus, but their chance meeting over a child’s car seat illustrates the impact Brookdale employees can have on student success. West, who graduated from Montclair State University with a medical assisting and phlebotomy […]

Graduates Honored at Allied Health Pinning Ceremony

Brookdale Community College congratulated the 2013 Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Radiologic Technology, and Respiratory Care graduates at the College’s annual Allied Health Pinning Ceremony on May 15. Dr. Maureen Murphy, President, welcomed family and friends to celebrate the accomplishments of the allied health students, and commended the students for their determination and dedication to the program. […]

Faculty and Staff Attend Second Annual Scholars Day

More than 65 Brookdale Community College employees presented at the second annual Scholars Day on May 15. The event showcases diverse educational initiatives, research projects, and professional accomplishments of the Brookdale Community College community. This half day event began with opening remarks led by Dr. Dianna Phillips, Executive Vice President for Educational Services. The Scholars […]

Employees Honored at Recognition Ceremony

Employees at Brookdale Community College were honored at the annual Recognition Ceremony on May 15, for their exceptional service, dedication, and commitment to the College. Dr. Maureen Murphy, President, welcomed the attendees to the Employee Recognition Ceremony, and praised faculty and staff for their years of service, involvement in various organizations on campus, exemplifying the […]

Detective Explains Importance of Community Policing

Students in Professor Barbara Gonos’ Police Role in the Community course at Brookdale Community College learned about the philosophy of Community Policing. Detective Gregory Washington, of the Neptune Township Police Department, explained to students that Community Policing is important because it develops strong police-community partnerships while creating a positive relationship with the youth, both in […]

Brookdale Hosts First Law Enforcement Career Fair

Students and community members attended the first Law Enforcement Career Fair at Brookdale Community College on May 17. Law enforcement officials from the federal, state, county, and local government informed attendees about career pathways and job opportunities in the criminal justice field. Brookdale President Dr. Maureen Murphy began by thanking the law officials for participating […]

Brookdale Employees Honored for Excellence in Education

More than 140 faculty, staff and alumni gathered at the Riverview Pavilion in Belmar to celebrate and honor the recipients of the 28th Annual Barringer Awards Dinner on May 3. The honorees are: Linda Mass, Director of the Center for Experiential Learning and Career Services; Professor Michael Qaissaunee, Chair of the Engineering and Technology Department; […]

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