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Brookdale Employees Celebrate 2016 Scholars Day

Hundreds of Brookdale faculty, staff and administrators came together on May 12 for a day of personal enrichment, professional development and communal growth during the college’s annual Scholars Day program. Co-chaired by psychology professor David Wiseman and biology instructional assistant Kristen Petersen, the program allowed members of the college community to attend a series of […]

E-Tutoring Goes Live at Brookdale

Brookdale offers a wide range of academic support for students. From the Writing Center, the Math Lab, the Reading Center and the STEM Lounge to the new Learning Commons and the Student Success Centers in each Higher Education Center, there is no shortage of free assistance for Brookdalians on their road to graduation. But what […]

SBDC Hosts Free “Social Media Bootcamp”

Even for the largest businesses, keeping up with changing technology can be a monumental task. Every year, it seems, there is a new web app, mobile device or social media platform to adapt to. But for small business owners and entrepreneurs, who often have limited resources to devote to digital marketing, staying on the cutting […]

Filmmaker Cullen Hoback Talks Digital Privacy

Cullen Hoback, director of the widely acclaimed 2013 documentary “Terms and Conditions May Apply,” gave a presentation to dozens of students and community members in the Student Life Center on March 24 as part of this year’s Spring Lecture Series and 2015 Career and Internship Week. In between clips of the film – which explains […]

Spring Lecture Series Tackles Big Issues

The Office of Student Life and Activities has announced the lineup for this semester’s Lecture Series, which will feature two documentary filmmakers and a nationally recognized civil rights expert. Beginning on Feb. 24, the Lecture Series will offer free film screenings and interactive discussions on a wide range of issues, including race, campus safety and […]

TEDxNavesink comes to Red Bank

Following the success of last year’s TEDx- Navesink conference at Brookdale Community College, event organizers have moved to a new, larger venue and scheduled a wide array of new talks and live acts for 2014.

Brookdale Offers Programs to Prepare Students for Job Market

This fall, Brookdale Community College will offer new programs and courses to accommodate evolving and emerging trends in the changing global economy. This will include a certificate in social media, the only one offered by a community college in the state. The projected number of jobs in communication disorders, criminal justice, and social media is […]

Technical Guru Speaks to Students about Careers

Voice recognition technology expert Dr. Susan Boyce recently spoke with members of the Computer Science and Women in Engineering Science and Technology clubs to share her professional story with its members at a recent club meeting. This event is the first of many to be co-sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and […]

Drafting a President

When presidents become unpopular, a “Dump (fill in the blank)” Facebook page is a standard part of seeking a change.

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