Bloomfield College basketball coaches Gerald Holmes and Vanessa Watson's talents were recognized.
The two-day event (March 22-23) is a free, public program that consists of an exciting line-up of writing workshops, readings, and panel discussions with distinguished writers and scholars. The agenda includes activities for both high school and college-aged students. This year, Sonia Sanchez is the keynote speaker.
New Jersey State Teacher of the Year, Amy Andersen, spoke with education majors. Andersen is also in the running for the 2018 National Teacher of the Year, marking the first time since 1972 that a NJ teacher has been a finalist.
The Guaranteed Transfer Agreement will enable CCM Education majors to complete their associate degrees at CCM and transfer to Bloomfield College’s Division of Education.
Bloomfield College is the first college to partner with the East Orange Housing Authority (EOHA).
Johnson comes to Bloomfield College with years of experience in devising policies, procedures, and operation systems that address protocols for tutoring, college preparation, and retention of first generation college students.
In October, these accomplished students (having achieved Dean’s List in both the fall and spring semesters) will be honored at a ceremony.
On February 20, the College will host Poetry from the Margins. The event will feature a poetry performance by spoken word sensation, Jasmine Mans.
After observing how many parents were financially unable to provide their children with basic educational necessities, the generous brothers devised a plan to launch a non-profit.
Two of the founding members of the Newark City of Learning Collaborative (NCLC), have partnered on the matriculation process of Bloomfield College students seeking a master’s degree in counseling from Pillar.
42,792 people registered in 804 jam sites located in 109 countries this year. Bloomfield College was New Jersey’s second largest jam site, with 67 participants who made 19 games in under 48 hours.
"Dance Your Story" will open its doors on Friday, February 9, at 7:00 p.m. A reception will be held at 6:00 p.m.
Dr. Renée Blake, Associate Professor of Linguistics and Social & Cultural Analysis at NYU, who is featured in the film, will join guests. The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited.
“Adding Cisco Academy status to our B.S. in Network Engineering program will give students access to the premier provider of networking software and education, beyond the important theoretical foundation provided in our courses, and state-of-the-art equipment,” said Carolyn Spies, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs.
The day was complete with a tour of the New York Stock Exchange as well a special program hosted by the Oppenheimer Corporate Offices.
In order to be inducted into the invitation-only organization, students must be in the top third of their class and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Panelists included former Secretary of Homeland Security, the Honorable Jeh Johnson (hon. ’12), and former NJ Governor, the Honorable Thomas Kean, Sr. (hon. ’08). NJTV News’ Mary Alice Williams (hon. ’15) moderated the discussion.
The celebrated author spoke candidly about everything from her upbringing in rural upstate New York, to the benefits running has on her creativity, to the impact of mentors upon her career.
Guests include former Secretary of Homeland Security, the Honorable Jeh Johnson, and former New Jersey Governor, the Honorable Thomas H. Kean, Sr. The discussion will be moderated by Mary Alice Williams of NJTV News
This gift is an endowment that will allow the College to create a new pension incentive program for eligible staff.