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Bloomfield College Challenges NJ High Schools to Increase Access to Higher Ed
Bloomfield College announced the launch of a contest with, a scholarship platform that awards scholarships, at Bloomfield High School.
Bloomfield College Professor, Student Co-Present at Oxford University
There are many opportunities for Bloomfield College students to engage in independent research projects, often in collaboration with faculty members.
Grammy Nominated Bloomfield College Alumnus Speaks to Freshman Class
Al Sherrod Lambert ’08 is an American singer, songwriter, and producer who resides in Los Angeles. Lambert flew to his home state of New Jersey this past summer to speak to the incoming freshman class at Orientation.
The New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts to Host One-Act Play Festival at Bloomfield College
The evening will consist of twelve comedic and dramatic one-act plays done within two hours. Tickets will be available to Bloomfield College students at a discounted rate of $4.00.
Academic Achievements of Bloomfield College Students Celebrated at Annual Ceremony
In order to be invited to the ceremony, students had to have achieved Dean’s List in both the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters.
Bloomfield College Students Attend Annual Internship Fair, Network with Hiring Organizations
Well-known organizations including the FBI, the United States Army and Navy, Pennsylvania State Police, New Jersey Peace Action, Vitas Healthcare, and Kidville of Montclair, gathered in the Multipurpose Room on campus.
Bloomfield College Hosts First Annual STEM Career Carnival
Approximately 100 students attended the event.

Faculty Announcements December 2012

Creative Arts and Technology
CAT Assistant Professor, Yuichiro Nishizawa, is involved in an exhibition entitled, The Art of Scent, at Museum of Arts and Design in NYC.  It is a long term collaborative project with MAD, Diller, Scofidio + Renfro and various fabrication companies. Professor. Nishizawa’s responsibility was primarily for the electronic and mechanical system developed for this multi-sensory experience.  The design is very much an application of Physical Computing, a course which we offer now in CAT! The exhibition opened to the public on November 20th,  and is open through the 24th of February, 2013.  If you happen to be in NYC and your time allows, please visit the museum.

Professor Kenneth Kunz is representing Bloomfield College at the Literacy Research Association Conference in San Diego, CA.  I am serving as the chair of a session on Literacy Home-School Partnerships.  I am also representing the college at each of the teacher education symposiums by discussing our literacy education class and sharing ideas with other researchers and colleagues.

Professors of English, Angela Conrad and Paul Genega attended the 40th anniversary celebration of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities on October 10 at Drew University.

Nicole Franklin, Instructor of Communication, received a special New York City Council Citation for her film Little Brother: A Do Right Man. Brooklyn City Councilman Jumaane D. Williams, 2012 Reel Sisters of the Diaspora festival co-chair, presented the award “in appreciation for outstanding contribution to your community, to an outstanding citizen, one worthy of the esteem of both community and the great City of New York.”

Professor of Religion Glen Hayes attended the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion in Chicago, November 16-20, where he presided at one panel on Tantric Studies featuring current research by graduate students, and presented his own research on another panel cosponsored with the Cognitive Science of Religion unit. Hayes’ presentation, titled “Sensuous Cosmogrophies: Cognitive Science, Embodiment and the Study of Tantra” reflected his ongoing exploration of how developments in neuroscience can help scholars in the humanities and social sciences better understand religion. He has been applying these insights to his own translations of Bengali Hindu texts from the 16th through 19th centuries, one of which was published last year in the anthology Yoga in Practice by Princeton University Press.

Professor of Communication Jeanne Nutter attended the Annual Meeting of the Oral History Association, October 10-14 in Cleveland.