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Bloomfield College Nursing Alumna Selected for Prestigious Award
A single Summit Award is presented annually. Lillian Odulwole ’07 was selected out of a pool of 3,000 doctors and nurses.
Nicori Studios to Present James and the Giant Peach, Offers Bloomfield College Student Discount
Performances will run Friday, January 27 at 8:00 p.m., Saturday, January 28 at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, January 29 at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students.
Aspiring Video Game Creator at Bloomfield College Receives WomenIn Scholarship
These scholarships seek to support inclusion of more women in the interactive entertainment industry. Winners were evaluated by the AIAS Foundation Scholarship Committee based on GPA, financial need, letters of recommendation, and willingness to create change for the games industry.
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.

Best of the BEST feted at a breakfast

According to a 21012 survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, employers indicated the top ten characteristics sought in candidates today. Our student-employees and interns develop these skills and use them accordingly in their positions both on and off campus.
1. Verbal communication,
2. Teamwork,
3. Decision making and problem solving,
4. Information processing,
5. Planning, organizing and prioritizing work,
6. Analyze quantitative data
7. Using technical knowledge,
8. New skill development,
9. Creating and/or editing reports, and
10. Influencing others.

Students are selected for awards based on ratings in these characteristics and the recommendation of their supervisors. A special thank you to each and every one of these students and supervisors for the contributions they make to Bloomfield College every day.
For photos of the awardees, please click here.

We are pleased to announce the following BEST Award recipients for 2012-2013.
The BEST Supervisor of the Year Award: Nicholas Von Hagel, Westminster Arts Center
The BEST Off-Campus Internship Supervisor Award: Elena Coley, Housing Authority of the City of East Orange
The BEST Student of the Year Award: Lilian Cayamcela, Housing Authority of the City of East Orange
The BEST On-Campus Intern of the Year Award: Melina Reyes, Office of Institutional Advancement
The BEST Off-Campus Intern of the Year Award: Fatima Neely, ASPIRA of New Jersey

Class Year Awards
BEST Senior of the Year: Gabrielle Louis
BEST Sophomore of the Year: Erycka Patterson
BEST Freshman of the Year: Kimberly Luna

Department Internship Awards
STAR Program Intern of the Year: Chantel Woodward
WBCR: Humanities/Communication Intern of the Year: Perla Peralta
Center for Career Development Intern of the Year: Soin Alexander
Exemplary Service Award Sussex Avenue School, STAR Program, and Math & Natural Science Division: Danielle Patterson

Honorable Mention
Academic Affairs: Sayre Este
Athletics: Francis Munoz
Creative Arts and Technology: Daniel Fasulka
Center for Student Leadership and Engagement: Jeannette Velez
Office of Institutional Advancement: Charlene Barkley
Office of International Training and Professional Studies: Alecia Campbell
Office of Student Disabilities/Customer Service: Mariah Price
Office of Student Disabilities/Note Taking: Farah Hines
Office of Student Financial Services: La’Meira Stephens