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A Newark high school teacher, and his team of student filmmakers, including Alan Broussard ’17, were awarded one of the top honors at the Pocono Mountain Film Festival.
Bloomfield College has established three new graduate programs. The three new programs join the Master of Science in Accounting and the Joint Bachelor/Master in Accounting program which launched in 2016.
Unlike the previously offered concentration, which only allowed for a few courses in the discipline, the BBA in HRM will allow students to get full exposure to the HR field.
Bloomfield College will welcome Joyce Carol Oates, D.F.A. (hon. '10) to campus on Monday, November 6, at 6:00 p.m. in the Robert V. Van Fossan Theatre.
Eight McNair Scholars presented their findings to members of the Bloomfield College community and their peers. The day also honored the Program’s namesake, Dr. Ronald E. McNair.
“We were honored to have the design of the Center recognized by the architectural community on a project of great importance to the College,” said John Fallon, of Fallon+Pacheco Architects.
The luncheon at the Forest Hill Field Club brought together esteemed professionals in related fields for networking, lunch, and discussion.
Patrick Rosal's latest collection of poems is the winner of the 2017 Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize from the Academy of American Poets.
The Platinum award is garnered by entries that meet the exceptional standards for quality, creativity and resourcefulness set by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals judging panel.
The day brought together Bloomfield students past, present, and future, making for an unforgettable afternoon on the College’s campus.
Over 550 guests attended. Prospective students came from all over the Tri-state area and brought a vast array of academic interests.
130 students were recognized for their academic achievements at the Dean’s List & Academic Awards Ceremony in the Westminster Arts Center’s Van Fossan Theatre.
The Newcombe Foundation has given more than $1.2 million in scholarship support to the College. A luncheon was hosted by Bloomfield College on Saturday, September 23, 2017.
25 employers from various industries met with Bloomfield College students for part-time, full-time, and internship positions.
Dr. Vania Penha-Lopes, professor of Sociology, has authored the book a book based on her sociological study of the first class of graduating affirmative action students from the State University of Rio de Janeiro.
On Monday, September 25, 2017, The Foley Field Foundation held a dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting for the Bloomfield College Digital Message Board.
In 2018, the College will celebrate its 150th Anniversary. On September 14, the campus community launched its yearlong 150th Anniversary celebration.
The six new full-time faculty members will strengthen the College’s classrooms in a number of areas from Education to Nursing to Humanities and the Arts.
Coach Minielli, whose career record is 247-247-51, comes to the College after 11 years as head women’s soccer coach at Wagner College.
Coach Orellana will lead a squad, one year removed from the CACC championship, and a program eager to return to postseason play after missing the tournament last fall.

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