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Erica Mittenzwei Named Outstanding Student Award Winner 2019
Brookdale student Erica Mittenzwei.

Erica Mittenzwei was named one of the seven Brookdale graduates who will receive the Outstanding Student Award at commencement ceremonies on May 16. The awards recognize student academic excellence, community service, and personal accomplishments. Mittenzwei will pursue her degree in finance and business analytics at a four-year institution and eventually plans to earn her master’s. […]

Brian Sandy Named Outstanding Student Award Winner 2019
Brookdale student Brian Sandy.

Brian Sandy was named one of the seven Brookdale graduates who will receive the Outstanding Student Award at commencement ceremonies on May 16. The awards recognize student academic excellence, community service, and personal accomplishments. Sandy plans to work in a hospital setting. He previously earned his B.S. in Biology from Monmouth University and expects to […]

Grow Your Own Vegetables at Neptune Community Garden

Grow your vegetables and eat healthy this summer! The Neptune Township Division Street Community Garden has plots available for the season. Brookdale’s The Innovation Network (TIN) and environmental clubs partnered with Neptune Township to create the garden last year. Brookdale students are working to get the 2019 season off to a successful start. The garden […]

Erica Mittenzwei is a Tax/Finance Intern at Commvault
Erica Mittenzwei

In today’s ever-increasing competitive marketplace, it’s essential to gain valuable work experience prior to earning an undergraduate degree. Brookdale’s Erica Mittenzwei plans to work in the finance industry and an internship with Commvault has provided her with hands-on experience and insights. She began working at the Tinton-Falls based data protection and information management software company […]

Sharing Enthusiasm for STEM & Encouraging Others
Brookdale math professor Nathalie Darden.

Nathalie Darden, Assistant Department Chair and Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department, shared her love of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with Freehold Regional High School District students last month. She presented her roller coaster building activity to approximately 90 high school students, self-declared STEM students, as part of the school’s Engineering Mini Academy. […]

Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day
Picture of children visiting an office.

There’s a full range of activities in store for children on Thursday, April 25 as Brookdale Community College holds its first formal Bring Your Children to Work Day as part of the nationwide event. “We wanted to offer a variety of activities so children of all ages will be able to actively participate during their […]

Lauren Deinhardt Selected as Gold Scholar
Brookdale student Lauren Deinhardt and Brookdale President David Stout

Brookdale’s Lauren Deinhardt of Howell, NJ was selected as a 2019 Coca-Cola Academic Team Gold Scholar and will receive a $1,500 scholarship. All the 2019 Coca-Cola Academic Team Scholars will be officially recognized at PTK Catalyst, Phi Theta Kappa’s Annual Convention from April 4-6 in Orlando, Florida. “I am so grateful for this honor and […]

Astronaut Leland Melvin Delivers Inspiring Message
Leland with Brookdale students

Astronaut, scientist and author Leland Melvin urged an audience of more than 500 to persist despite obstacles and never to underestimate the power of community and encouragement. “The path in life is filled with challenges,” said Melvin. “It’s important to persevere and realize that change will occur.” Melvin served on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis […]

Boy on the Beach Discussion at Brookdale Community College on February 7, 2019
Tima Kurdi with Book

Aunt of Two-Year Old Syrian Refugee Alan Kurdi who died fleeing Syria to Speak The civil war in Syria has spawned a refugee crisis with global impact. Perhaps no image shocked the world more than the September 2, 2015 image of two-year-old Alan Kurdi’s body washed ashore in Turkey.  The Kurdi family were Syrian refugees […]

Etty: A One-Woman Play to Be Performed at Brookdale Community College
Etty

Susan Stein’s dramatic performance uses the words and diaries of a Dutch Jewish woman as she holds on to hope in German-occupied Amsterdam  The Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education (Chhange) will sponsor Etty: A One-Woman Play, created by Susan Stein, to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day on February 4 from 7 to […]

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