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1. Students Counter Conflict in Essay Contest
PARAMUS, N.J. – Four students have earned $2,500 in scholarships from the Bergen Community College Center for Peace, Justice, and Reconciliation (CPJR) and Bergen Community College Foundation for their submissions in an essay contest on conflict resolution.
by post on 05/14/2022 08:42 am - Story - 279 Hits
2. BERKELEY COLLEGE MBA GRADUATE ‘DARES MIGHTY THINGS’ AS CO-FOUNDER OF VIRTUAL COOKING BUSINESS PEPPR
Berkeley College graduate Daniel Fiorica has always had the desire to create and grow a business. 
by post on 05/10/2022 04:13 pm - Story - 634 Hits
3. Two-Part Celebration Awards $700k to Students, Welcomes President
PARAMUS, N.J. – In a two-day extravaganza hosted by the Bergen Community College Foundation at the institution’s main campus, the nonprofit awarded more than $700,000 to student scholarship recipients, recognized the donors who made the scholarships possible and officially welcomed Eric M. Friedman, Ph.D., as the College’s eighth president. ...
by post on 05/10/2022 04:09 pm - Story - 500 Hits
4. $4 Million of Relief Funds Support Tuition-Free Summer Classes at Bergen
PARAMUS, N.J. – Expanding the tuition assistance program that resulted in recognition from the federal government and First Lady Jill Biden, Ed.D., Bergen Community College will offer degree-seeking students the opportunity to take up to six credits of summer classes tuition-free. Most students who enrolled at the College during the ...
by post on 05/02/2022 02:34 pm - Story - 1,171 Hits
5. If We Build It, Caregivers Will Come
This week we celebrate “Careers in Aging Week”—a national observance honoring the many career paths in the long term care profession.
by post on 04/28/2022 08:15 am - Story - 2,153 Hits
6. Green Day at Bergen Community College
PARAMUS, N.J. – An upcycle clothing exchange, food composter demonstration and discussion on beekeeping represented just some of the events that comprised Bergen Community College’s “EarthFest” celebration April 19-22 in recognition of Earth Day.
by post on 04/23/2022 02:32 pm - Story - 1,309 Hits
7. County, College Collaborate for Small Business Support
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen County Executive James J. Tedesco III, Bergen Community College President Eric M. Friedman, Ph.D., the Bergen County Commissioners and Bergen County Division of Economic Development Director Joanne Cimiluca have joined forces to develop a portfolio of free support services for entrepreneurs through the Bergen County Business Resource Network.
by post on 04/22/2022 08:06 am - Story - 3,151 Hits
8. Kean University Architecture Student Helps Redesign Kean House Patio
Santiago Rada of Elmwood Park assisted with several on-campus projects. 
by post on 04/22/2022 07:39 am - Story - 1,886 Hits
9. Bergen Student Follows the Law to Scholarship
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College legal studies student Deborah Regan earned second place in the annual national essay scholarship contest held by the American Association for Paralegal Education national honor society, Lambda Epsilon Chi.
by post on 04/18/2022 02:21 pm - Story - 1,274 Hits
10. bergenPAC PRESENTS AMERICAN SINGER AND ACTRESS LINDA EDER, STATE BALLET THEATRE OF UKRAINE’S “SLEEPING BEAUTY,” AND THE SQUIRREL NUT ZIPPERS AND DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND REUNITE FOR THE SOUTHERN REMEDIES TOUR
On Sale Friday, April 15, 2022 at 11AM (Englewood, New Jersey-April 11, 2022) bergenPAC announces new shows that will take place in the newly renovated theater. New Orleans’ most celebrated modern brass band, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, pairs up with the Squirrel Nut Zippers and their multi-platinum blend of ...
by post on 04/12/2022 10:10 am - Story - 2,916 Hits
11. It’s Open House Season at Bergen Community College
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College will host an expansive open house event for prospective students and their families this month.
by post on 04/11/2022 06:45 pm - Story - 2,140 Hits
12. K-12 Teachers Learn Cultural Competency Through Kean University Professional Development
UNION, N.J. — As newcomers from all over the world make New Jersey their home and the student population across school districts becomes more diverse, a Kean program is helping teachers acquire understanding, perspective, and evidence-based strategies so that they can teach more intentionally.
by post on 04/11/2022 06:42 pm - Story - 2,919 Hits
13. Foundation to Offer Rappaport Prize to Top Kean Architecture Students for Second Year
UNION, N.J. —  For the second year running, a private foundation with a history of supporting higher education and the teaching of urban design will offer a $10,000 innovation prize to be shared by top students at Kean University’s Michael Graves College School of Public Architecture.
by post on 04/09/2022 08:23 pm - Story - 3,150 Hits
14. NEW JERSEY SECRETARY OF HIGHER EDUCATION HEARS STORIES OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT, PRAISES BERKELEY COLLEGE FOR CONTRIBUTING TO ECOSYSTEM OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION
“The Berkeley College students I met today reminded me that it’s so important to meet students where they are, regardless of life circumstances.”– Brian Bridges, PhD, New Jersey Secretary of Higher Education, about his visit to Berkeley College
by post on 04/09/2022 08:20 pm - Story - 3,263 Hits
15. bergenPAC PRESENTS POPULAR COMEDIAN AND KING OF THE RANT, LEWIS BLACK, IN THE NEWLY RENOVATED THEATER!
(Englewood, New Jersey-April 4, 2022) bergenPAC announces a new show that will take place in the newly renovated theater. Comedian Lewis Black brings his 2022 Off the Rails Tour to Englewood, NJ on Saturday, November 19 at 8:00 p.m. Lewis Black uses his trademark style of comedic yelling and finger pointing ...
by post on 04/06/2022 10:45 am - Story - 2,767 Hits
16. FROM COLLEGE TO CAREERS: BERKELEY COLLEGE LEGAL STUDIES ALUMNAE SHARE THEIR JOURNEYS
Join the Webinar on Thursday, April 7, to Learn More about Opportunities in Real Estate Law, Employment Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Human Rights
by post on 04/05/2022 09:32 am - Story - 3,950 Hits
17. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION OF NJ HONORS BERKELEY COLLEGE’S COVID-19 FRONTLINE VOLUNTEERS AND EFFORTS TO ERADICATE HUNGER WITH FOOD PANTRY AT NEWARK CAMPUS
The Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ), in partnership with COMMERCE magazine, recognized Berkeley College among the companies doing the most good for their communities at its 2022 Companies that Care Awards Reception on March 23, 2022, at Nanina’s in the Park in Belleville, NJ.
by post on 04/05/2022 09:19 am - Story - 3,492 Hits
18. Hackers Wanted: Bergen Offers Cybersecurity Programs
New Jersey State Assemblyman and Deputy Majority Leader P. Christopher Tully (D-38), Assemblywoman Ellen Park (D-37), Assemblywoman Linda Carter (D-22) and Bergen Dean of Math, Science and Technology Emily Vandalovsky, Ph.D., recently toured the College’s cybersecurity classrooms.
by post on 04/02/2022 08:48 am - Story - 4,722 Hits
19. WNBA Great Chamique Holdsclaw Urges Kean Audience to Stop the Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness
UNION, N.J. — WNBA Hall of Famer Chamique Holdsclaw told an audience of students at the Kean University Human Rights Conference last week to seek help if they are struggling with mental illness.
by post on 04/02/2022 08:46 am - Story - 4,228 Hits
20. Kean University Offers Students New Options in Musical Theatre, Exercise Science
UNION, N.J. — Kean University is expanding academic options in musical theatre performance and exercise science, beginning in Fall 2022.
by post on 03/28/2022 10:46 am - Story - 3,273 Hits
21. $10k Grant Powers Bergen Renewable Energy Program
PARAMUS, N.J. – The Infiniti Equity Fund, a renewable energy advocacy and development organization located in Howell, has selected Bergen Community College for its inaugural $10,000 grant available to New Jersey nonprofits.
by post on 03/28/2022 10:44 am - Story - 2,965 Hits
22. Kean University Education Faculty Launch ‘Early Chemistry’ for Young Learners
UNION, N.J. — A faculty member in the Kean College of Education is laying the groundwork for children to learn chemistry by introducing the subject at a young age – in second and third grade.
by post on 03/23/2022 05:08 pm - Story - 4,024 Hits
23. Grassroots Group in Englewood Proposes a Public High School for the Arts at Russell C. Major Liberty School
--Website launched highlighting the vision and featured interviews with prominent performers and artists.--
by post on 03/22/2022 05:46 pm - Story - 3,736 Hits
24. Bergen Signs Transfer Agreement with Pace
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College and Pace University have signed a new dual admission agreement that will allow Bergen graduates to enter Pace with junior standing. Officials from both institutions signed the agreement March 10 at Bergen’s main campus.
by post on 03/19/2022 09:02 pm - Story - 3,347 Hits
25. Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) Formally Announces $15M Capital Campaign, “Invest In The Arts” to Continue the Legacy of World-Class Entertainment and Arts Education In New Jersey
bergenPAC's Capital Campaign is a Public-Private Partnership with Bergen County, Private Donors, Small Businesses, Corporations, and Foundations Supporting the Renovation, Restoration, and Arts Education Programs within the Community
by post on 03/16/2022 08:09 am - Story - 7,138 Hits
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