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Bloomfield College Announces Two New Graduate Programs in Education
Beginning this fall, Bloomfield College will offer a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s degree in Special Education.
Bloomfield College CAT Alumnus Named McDonald’s Gospelfest 2017 Finalist
The alumnus already has two gospel albums to his name and is set to release his third album, Duality of Worship, on April 14, 2017.
Bloomfield College Student Discusses Benefits to Studying Abroad
Past Bloomfield College students have studied in England, France, Italy, South Africa, Argentina, and Japan. Bloomfield College is a member of the College Consortium of International Studies and the American Institute for Foreign Study.
Gayle King Event Postponed Until March 29
Gayle King is now scheduled to speak at Bloomfield College on Wednesday, March 29 at 3:00 p.m.
Bloomfield College Welcomes Top Goya Executives to Campus
Bloomfield College will welcome a panel of top Goya Foods, Inc. executives to campus on March 30. Goya Foods is the largest Hispanic-owned business in the United States and is over 80 years old.
Gayle King to Speak at Bloomfield College
The highly anticipated event will offer students a special opportunity to ask the television personality and established journalist questions following her speech.
Bloomfield College Students to be Honored at EOF Celebration
Thirteen Bloomfield College students are expected to be honored for their hard work at the 2017 EOF Graduate Awards Ceremony on April 10, 2017.

Faculty Announcements Fall 2013

Education Division
In July, RoboCupJunior 2013 World Championship was successfully held in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, with 190 teams from 30 countries, where Associate Professor of Education, Amy Eguchi, served as a trustee representing RoboCupJunior to help the overall organization of the competition. During the RoboCup Federation annual trustee meeting, she has been appointed as RoboCup Federation Vice President representing RoboCupJunior.  Her paper titled “A Proposal for RoboCupJunior in Africa: Promoting Educational Experience with Robotics” co-authored with Dr. Luis Almaida from Instituto de Telecomunicações Universidade do Porto - Faculdade de Engenharia Porto, Portugal, was presented at the IEEE AFRICON 2013 conference, September 9 - 12, 2013, held in The island of Mauritius. She also participated in IEEE Robotics in Education (RiE) 2013 conference held in Lodz, Poland, September 19-20, 2013 and presented two papers titled “RoboCupJunior: Promoting STEM Education with Robotics Competition” co-authored with Dr. Luis Almaida from Instituto de Telecomunicações Universidade do Porto - Faculdade de Engenharia Porto, Portugal, and “Educational Robotics for Promoting 21st  Century Skills”.

Humanities Division
Assistant Professor of History Michelle Chase submitted an application for a mini-grant to the New Jersey Council of Humanities to support her spring, 2014 course “Curating New Jersey” (HIS 251).

Professor of English, Paul Genega did a book signing and reading in Chicago on September 7.

Professor of Philosophy, Richard Hart has been appointed Vice President for Academic Relations of the International Society of Steinbeck Scholars. He also published “Ethics of a Tightrope Walker: Charles Johnson’s Dreamer” in the RE-MARKINGS, a journal of English literary and cultural studies (Vol. 12, No. 2, September 2013), published in Agra-U.P. (India). The publication includes citations from an unpublished paper written by former Bloomfield student Denise Wegel.

Professor of Religion Glen Hayes attended the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion in Baltimore, November 22-26, where he will preside at a panel session dealing with recent research on yoga and tantra. He will also publish an essay on the uses of neuroscience in the study of yoga practice in the online journal Religion, which he first delivered at an invited conference on Buddhism and Science, April, 2013. He is also updating a bibliography on Tantra for the Oxford Bibliographies Online, which first appeared in 2011.

Assistant Professor of History Laura Hill presented the paper “Let Those Negroes Have Their Whiskey”: White Responses in a Decade of Racial Unrest at the Researching NY 2013 Conference in Albany on November 14.
Associate Professor of English, Martha LaBare, while on sabbatical 2012-13, taught in Latvia, the Philippines and Kyrgyzstan in summer institutes for the Open Society Foundation and the International Debate Education Association. She also took online courses – MOOCS – in Modern and Contemporary Poetry (Penn), Greek & Roman Myths (Penn) and Science Writing (Stanford) as well as the Museum of Modern Art’s GEO-friendly “Art and Inquiry.”

Associate Professor of English Paul Puccio reviewed productions at the Philadelphia Arden Theatre and the Princeton McCarter Theatre in the fall/winter 2013 issue of The Sondheim Review: “Glimmers of Hope in the Little Night: The Arden’s Magnificently Sad Night Music” and “Fiasco Theater Weaves a Spell: A ‘Small’ but Moving Into the Woods.”

McNair Program
Three students, Isaac Clarke, Oleta Sandiford, and Kathryn J. Schaub, attended the 22nd Annual National Ronald E. McNair Research Conference and Graduate Fair at the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, November 8-10, 2013

Two students, Isaac Clarke and Amerlain Caver, attended the 20th Anniversary Institute on Teaching and Mentoring (for minority doctoral students and young faculty sponsored by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) in Arlington, VA, October 31 – November 3, 2013.