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Nicori Studios and Productions, Bloomfield College Welcome Broadway Performers at Winter Gala
Performers included NiCori co-founder and multi-award nominee, Corinna Sowers Adler, two time Tony Award nominee, Beth Fowler, Broadway Actor, DC Anderson, Broadway Actress, Kelli Rabke, MAC Award singer, Stearns Matthews and Grammy Nominated Singer/Songwriter, Ilene Angel.
Motivated Bloomfield College Scholar to Achieve Goal, Graduate in Three Years
Alex balances her academics, volleyball, her part-time jobs as a tutor and youth volleyball coach, and her responsibilities as a student employee seamlessly.
Bloomfield College Hosts Women's Leadership Forum
The College hosted its annual Women’s Leadership Forum on December 1. The forum continued the tradition of excellence, by featuring speakers of distinction in their fields, including two Bloomfield College alumnae.
Bloomfield College Nursing Students Join Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society
In order to be inducted into the invitation-only organization, students and faculty members must demonstrate academic excellence and leadership potential.
Bloomfield College Celebrates TICKET Program with Closing Ceremony
Sponsored by the Korean government, the College partnered with the Daejeon Educational Training Institute and Bloomfield Public Schools, in order to make this four-week, project-based program possible.
Alumna Brings Media Experts to Bloomfield College
This past month, Amira Onibudo ’13 hosted the Television & Digital Media Panel Discussion & Networking Event for current Bloomfield College students.
#BCSTUDENTSSPEAKOUT at Bloomfield College Election Reflection
On November 29, faculty, staff, and students gathered in the Westminster Arts Center to discuss their thoughts about the election.

Faculty Announcements November 2012

Nursing
Dr. Marianne Flood and five honors nursing students were invited to present their research, “Student Attitudes towards Working with Older Adults” as a poster presentation at the 7th annual
Research Day at the College of St. Elizabeth on October 16, 2012. They have also been invited to present their research at the Northeast Honors Regional Conference in Philadelphia in April,
2013.

Social and Behavioral Science
Professor of Sociology, Vânia Penha-Lopes organized and presided over the special session in honor of the late Afro-Brazilian activist Abdias Nascimento at the XI Congress of the Brazilian
Studies Association (BRASA) at the University of Urbana-Campaign on September 6-8. She also moderated a session on religiosity in urban spaces and attended the meeting of the executive
committee of BRASA.