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Bloomfield College Student Publishes First Book
Adley Beaubrun ’20 has recently self-published his first book. He believes this book will connect to fellow students and the public at large due to the nature of the topics discussed in the book.
Creative Arts & Technology Division of Bloomfield College Announces Conference
The Division of Creative Arts & Technology's Conference, Alumni Panel, and Luncheon will be held on Saturday, March 24 with the Artist Talk by Flash Rosenberg.
Bloomfield College Game Design Program Ranked 2nd in State by Princeton Review
The Princeton Review released its ninth annual ranking lists naming the best undergraduate and graduate schools for students to study—and launch a career in—game design.
Bloomfield College Announces Director of the Center for Career Development
Throughout her career, Ms. Mendez has been deeply committed to enhancing students' university experience by promoting, developing, and executing experiential education programs for diverse student populations.
Bloomfield College Basketball Coaches Receive High Honors
Bloomfield College basketball coaches Gerald Holmes and Vanessa Watson's talents were recognized.
Bloomfield College Announcing Writing from the Margins
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.
Bloomfield College Education Students Meet NJ Teacher of the Year
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.

Faculty Announcements May 2012

Accounting, Business, CIS and Economics
Dr. Mary Ann DiLiberto, Professor of Economics was invited by Emily Ryan, Education manager of the New York Times to join her on April 18 at Pace University where she copresented a faculty workshop on sharing experiences teaching with The New York Times. Her presentation “Teaching Using ‘Real Life” Examples from The New York Times”, was based on her presentation last fall at the Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference.

On Saturday, April 28, 2012, Dr. Cheryl Evans performed her one –woman show, “Holding the Pearl of Great Price” for the Bethany Baptist Church Deaconess Retreat at Hamilton Inn in Florham Park, NJ.

Dr. Nora Krieger attended the AERA conference in Vancouver, British Columbia in April. As part of the preconference activities, she was a member of a panel at the Invisible College for Research on Teaching. Dr. Krieger was a member of a panel discussing “Judging the Quality of Teacher Education.” Other members of the panel were Dr. Stefinee Pinnegar from Brigham Young University and Dr. Cheryl Craig from the University of Houston.

Instructor Kenneth Kunz’s essay on Behaviorism and Literacy Instruction in Classrooms was recently published in the 2nd edition of Lenses on Reading by Diane Tracey and Lesley Morrow. Instructor Kunz recently attended the annual International Reading Association Conference in Chicago and met with literacy experts in the field to discuss pre-service programs of distinction and current research. He also met with Brod Bagert, a renowned poet for teachers, who described his new MUSE Project, inspired by Bloomfield student Toria Avigliano.

Instructor Kunz is also currently running for vice-president of the New Jersey Reading Association (NJRA) as a representative of Bloomfield College. He has also recently completed the requirements for New Jersey certification as Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction of public schools.

Professor of Religion, Dr. Glen Hayes is editing a second volume of the Oxford Journal of Hindu Studies (the first was completed last year) which will also include his own essay on using cognitive science in the study of religion. He also had an essay and translations from a yoga text published in Transformations and Transfer of Tantra in Asia and Beyond (de Gruyter, 2012) and contributed a book review to the Journal of the History of Sexuality. His online bibliography on Hindu Tantra will go “live” later this year at Oxford Bibliographies Online ( He has been organizing a panel on cognitive science and the study of religion for the annual conference of the American Academy of Religion, and was recently invited to serve as a reader for a dissertation out of Murdoch University in Australia dealing with the uses of Asian religion on sustainability projects.

Dr. Laura Hill, Assistant Professor of History, presented the paper Frontiers in Corporate Responsibility: Black Power’s Confrontation with Eastman Kodak at the Organization of American Historians April, 2012 conference in Milwaukee.

Associate Professor of English Martha LaBare was the chairperson at the inaugural meeting of New York’s chapter of Congers, a free speech and debate society founded in England in 1755. The International Debate Education Association (IDEA) initiated the program and Nathaniel Towsen (John’s son) opened the debate. Meetings are the first Wednesday of the month at Prof. Thom’s Bar on 2nd Avenue in New York. All are welcome; see Martha LaBare for details.

Natural Science and Mathematics
On Friday, April 13, 2012 a group of students attended the 3rd annual GS-LSAMP Research Symposium at Rutgers, Newark. The students presented three posters each from Dr. Jim Murphy, Dr. Tammy Castro and Dr. Maria Vogt’s lab courses. Dr. Maria Vogt also gave a lecture during the Plenary Luncheon.

Dr. Jim Murphy and students, Katherin Aumann and Angie Yoshizu presented two posters at the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium Annual Academic Year Followhship Poster Session on Friday, April 27, 2012. The work was funded by NASA.