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Bloomfield College Announces Women's Bowling
The team will compete as an associate member of the East Coast Conference (ECC) when they open up their inaugural season in the Fall.
Bloomfield College's 145th Commencement
Capping off a year of 150th anniversary celebrations, on Friday, May 18, 2018, Bloomfield College embraced 320 new alumni at the College’s 145th Commencement Ceremonies.
Bloomfield College's 145th Commencement is This Friday
The 145th Commencement will include remarks from New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy; Christian McBride, Grammy-winning jazz bassist; and Prof. Deog-Seong Oh, President of Chungnam National University.
Bloomfield College Students Present at NJ Space Grant Consortium
Two students presented their NASA-supported research at the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium Affiliate Meeting at Georgian Court University.
Bloomfield College Alumna Receives Full Ride to Top-Choice Graduate Program
Michigan State’s Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy program has offered Jessi Melendez '18 a full-ride, covering tuition, health coverage, and a TA assistantship in their writing center.
Bloomfield College Recognizes Dr. Schiro, Hosts Natural Science and Mathematics Panel
On April 11, as part of Bloomfield College’s 150th anniversary, the College welcomed Trustees, faculty, staff, students, and alumni to the Natural Science and Mathematics Alumni Panel Discussion and Reception
Fran McLaughlin to be Honored at Bloomfield College's Upcoming Nursing Reception
The Nursing Recognition Program, Nursing Leaders Panel Discussion, and Reception will be on Thursday, April 19 at 3:00 p.m. in Franklin Street Residence Hall Multi-Purpose Room.

Faculty Announcements Spring 2014

Education Division
Mr. Kenneth Kunz was appointment to serve on the International Reading Association’s Advisory Committee.

Associate Professor Nora Krieger attended AERA (American Educational Research Association) Annual Conference in Philadelphia at which she chaired a session, Self Study in the Process of Creating Teachers.

Humanities Division
Assistant Professor of History Michelle Chase and her students in HIS251: Curating New Jersey inaugurated an exhibit in the college library on the 1974 Puerto Rican riots. The April 28 launch featured two guest speakers and was well-attended.

Brandon Fralix, Assistant Professor of Writing and Analysis, presented “College Support and the Underprepared Writer: The WPA Census Results of Institutional Efforts for Students Needing Additional Writing Support at Minority Serving and non-Minority Serving Institutions” at the Writing Research Across Borders Conference in Paris in February. He presented an expanded version of this paper at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Indianapolis in March.

Professor of Philosophy Richard Hart delivered two recent invited lectures. On February 7 he spoke on the philosophical dimensions of John Steinbeck’s The Pearl to several Junior level English classes at the high school from which he graduated in 1967, Miami Trace High School in Washington Court House, Ohio. On March 26 he delivered a lecture entitled “Bending Time: The Philosophical Adventures of Emery Jones,” based on a children’s book by Charles Johnson and his daughter Elisheba. The talk was delivered to a group of doctoral students and faculty at Stony Brook University as part of the Philosophy Department’s annual Recruitment Week.

Assistant Professor of History Laura Hill presented at the March 28 conference “The Rochester Riots: Fifty Years After” at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York.

Associate Professor of English Martie LaBare has joined the Editorial Advisory Board of the International Debate Education Association.

Associate Professor of English Paul Puccio presented the paper “Re-viewing Scholarly Peer Review” as part of the research panel “Opening Up the Small Academic Journal: Questions of Sources, Access, and the Future of Scholarship” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication on March 21 in Indianapolis.

Nursing Division
Professor Marianne Flood and her research team of 7 nursing students completed two research initiatives over the past year.  Both studies, “Student attitudes towards working with older adults” and “Perceptions of the public toward healthcare workers with visible body art” will be presented as poster and oral presentations at the upcoming Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Iota Chapter at William Paterson University on April 17.  The Visible body art study has also been accepted as a poster presentation at   the Northeast Regional Honors Conference (NRHC) on April 9 and the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN) in Miami, Florida this July.