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Two Highly Distinguished Political Experts Participate in the College's Political Roundtable
New York Times' White House Correspondent, Peter Baker, and POLITICO Editor, Susan Glasser, provide their professional opinions on all things Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and more.
Bloomfield College welcomed Jim Axelrod, Peter Baker, and Susan Glasser
Micro-Scholarship Partnership with Raise.me, the First of Its Kind in New Jersey
High school students, starting as early as 9th grade, can now earn scholarships from Bloomfield College
Bloomfield College Hosts "Understanding Judaism" on the Eve of Passover
Rabbi Kushner, a former professor at Bloomfield College (1983 – 2003), spent time discussing significant historical events that shaped the Jewish culture.
Rabbi Kushner, a former professor at Bloomfield College (1983 – 2003), spent time discussing significant historical events that shaped the Jewish culture.
Two Bloomfield College Students Awarded $4,000 through the Hispanic Business Council Scholarship Foundation
The Hispanic Business Council Scholarship Foundation has awarded two of the College’s students, Gabriela Evans and Fernanda Altamirano, a $4,000 scholarship.
Hector O. Banegas, Bloomfield College’s Board of Trustees Member Since 2012
Bloomfield College Hosts "Cuban Film at a Crossroads"
The event discussed what the new opening between the US and Cuba can mean for Cuban film.
Veteran film Cuban critic Juan Antonio García Borrero and filmmaker Alexandra Halkin debated the issues surrounding this time of rapid transition and showed clips from two recent Cuban films.
Broadcast Journalism Students Film, Edit, Produce, and Star in Their Own Show
Students produced shows covering an array of current events like what's going on in the sports industry, the upcoming presidential election, ongoing racism in our country, music, spirituality, and hair trends.
Veronica Cobos introduces her show to her peers
Creative Arts & Technology Conference Connects Students with Experts
“I found this event to be the most useful out of my whole four years at the College. Having professionals in the industry present for questions and advice was invaluable.”
Many attendees especially enjoyed the opportunities to socialize and network with other guests, reviewers, and speakers.
College Celebrates National Poetry Month with Writing from the Margins
“Writing from the Margins” consisted of writing workshops, readings, and panel discussions with distinguished writers and scholars including Natasha Tretheway, the 19th Poet Laureate of the United States.
Natasha Tretheway delivered a very poignant keynote address.
Hundreds Attend NJ Arcade on Bloomfield College's Campus
Bloomfield College was a host location to the NJ Arcade, New Jersey’s largest free showcase of games and interactive media.
The event featured as many as 50 projects, all created by local designers and artists from the NY/NJ area.
2nd Annual Nursing Senior Extravaganza is a Hit
Nursing students volunteered at the event which welcomed 130 of Bloomfield’s residents.
Nursing students smile as they help serve food at the Nursing Senior Extravaganza
Professor is Awarded Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. Jeanne Nutter was awarded the Forest Pogue Award for her work in oral history.
Jeanne Nutter Lifetime Award Winner for her work in Oral History
Nursing Chairperson goes One-on-One with Steve Adubato
Dr. Neddie Serra, talks about changes within the nursing profession with Steve Adubato.
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Dean Mitchell Empowers Students to "Step Beyond"
“Each morning, I arrive to work and ask myself, ‘who can I help today?’” said Mitchell.
Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Rose Mitchell
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Bloomfield College's 143rd Commencement Just Days Away
Bloomfield College will celebrate its annual Commencement Ceremonies on Friday, May 20
Picture from 2015 Bloomfield College commencement
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Bloomfield College Professor Chosen to Participate in Selective "Slave Narratives" Seminar
"I am honored by my acceptance into the 2016 American History Seminar on Slave Narratives," said McKenzie.
Dr. Ada McKenzie, Assistant Professor of World Literature