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Political Science Club Debates War on Drugs

As states throughout the U.S. – and the nation’s capitol – continue to decriminalize marijuana and redefine penalties for small-time drug offenders, Brookdale’s History and Political Science Club took time out on April 9 to take a look at the origins of America’s “War on Drugs.” While drugs, and legal sanctions against them, have been […]

Student STEM Lounge Opens in MAS

Brookdale students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) now have a new place to hang out, study and meet with their classmates. On March 26, college faculty and administrators cut the ribbon on a new student STEM Lounge, located in MAS 107. Featuring computers, comfortable furniture, a coffee machine and even a microwave, the […]

“Day of Dialogue” Honors Women’s History Month

From human rights and wage equality to the “glass ceiling,” healthcare and domestic violence, women in the U.S. continue to face a wide range of issues both at work and at home. To help air those issues, and in honor of Women’s History Month, Brookdale’s Women in Learning and Leadership Program (WILL @Brookdale) partnered with the […]

Four Students Awarded $5,000 STEM Fellowships

Four students have been selected as Brookdale’s first Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Fellows as part of a new grant program being rolled out this year. Ashley Crelin, Rhiannon Long, Nick Sakowski and Adam Winkler will each receive $5,000 toward their education as part of the program, which will offer fellowships to four more […]

Women’s Leadership Program Set for Fall Debut

Applications are now being accepted for Women in Learning and Leadership (WILL) at Brookdale – a cohort-based program that will provide female undergraduates with a wide range of new academic and career enhancement opportunities. Beginning this fall, WILL members will be able to take advantage of new leadership-driven coursework, internships, service learning opportunities, campus events […]

BUILD Leadership Program Welcomes First Class

Brookdale staff and administrators came together on Oct. 29 to welcome the inaugural class of the Brookdale United In Leadership Development (BUILD) program. During an official meet-and-greet on the Lincroft campus, Brookdale President Dr. Maureen Murphy congratulated the students on being selected for the unique program, which uses collaborative workshops to promote leadership, communication skills […]

Brookdale Students Pledge to Graduate

Dozens of Brookdale students and faculty signed their names to the same banner in the Student Life Center on Oct. 28, kicking off this year’s “Signing Week” with a pledge of solidarity. The event was hosted by Alpha Phi Theta, the Brookdale chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) national honor society, to encourage students to […]

Guest Lecture Promotes Global Citizenship

Two weeks after visiting the Lincroft campus and formalizing a mentorship agreement with Brookdale faculty members, Dr. Owusu Duah returned to Brookdale to provide some expert knowledge of his own. Duah – a pathologist, a former member of the Ghanaian parliament and the founder the Kings Nursing and Allied Health College in Accra, Ghana – […]

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