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Bloomfield College Professor Named Fulbright Scholar
Dr. Anita Pasmantier, has been named a Fulbright Scholar, marking the first time a member of the Bloomfield College community has received this honor.
Bloomfield College Hosts 4th Annual Student Research Day
The students, many of whom will graduate in May, had an impressive knowledge base and a real understanding of their fields of study.
Bloomfield College Basketball Player Reaches 1,000 Career Points, Earns All-District Honor
Nick Davidson ’18 was named to the All-Metropolitan Writers Association (first team) and the National Association of Basketball Coaches' (NABC) 2017 Division II All-District East Second Team.
Bloomfield College Faculty Member Wins Jackson Poetry Prize
Patricia Spears Jones has won a $50,000 prize. Judges praised the Brooklyn-based poet, whose previous honors include a Pushcart Prize, for her “sophisticated and moving” work.
Bloomfield College CAT Student Announces Debut Album, Listening Party
Roberts, who composed, produced, arranged, recorded, and engineered the six-track EP, will celebrate this accomplishment with a listening party on Friday, May 5.
Bloomfield College Unveils the Creative Arts & Technology Faculty Exhibition
The exhibit is open to the public through April 27, 2017 and is located on the second floor of the Bloomfield College library in the Scott H. Kaplan '02 Gallery.
Bloomfield College Hosts Panel of Goya Executives
The Goya Panel was moderated by Bloomfield College Board of Trustee member Hector Banegas, Senior Vice President/Senior Wealth Planning Strategist of Wells Fargo.

Faculty Announcements November 2012

Nursing
Dr. Marianne Flood and five honors nursing students were invited to present their research, “Student Attitudes towards Working with Older Adults” as a poster presentation at the 7th annual
Research Day at the College of St. Elizabeth on October 16, 2012. They have also been invited to present their research at the Northeast Honors Regional Conference in Philadelphia in April,
2013.

Social and Behavioral Science
Professor of Sociology, Vânia Penha-Lopes organized and presided over the special session in honor of the late Afro-Brazilian activist Abdias Nascimento at the XI Congress of the Brazilian
Studies Association (BRASA) at the University of Urbana-Campaign on September 6-8. She also moderated a session on religiosity in urban spaces and attended the meeting of the executive
committee of BRASA.