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1. BERKELEY COLLEGE STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT INTELLIGENCE SHARING AMONG PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERS DURING TOUR OF NEW JERSEY REGIONAL OPERATIONS & INTELLIGENCE CENTER
Berkeley College students pursuing degrees in Justice Studies, Legal Studies and Business learned how the New Jersey State Police shares intelligence with its public and private partners during a visit to the New Jersey Regional Operations & Intelligence Center (NJ ROIC) in Ewing, NJ, on November 18, 2021. 
by post on 11/19/2021 05:26 pm - Story - 532 Hits
2. Hungry to Take the Stage Again, The Wolves Premieres
PARAMUS, N.J. – In their first in-person production since COVID-19 forced them off stage, Bergen Community College’s Bergenstages theatre troupe will present “The Wolves,” a production by Sarah DeLappe and directed by Leigh Jonaitis, Ph.D., November 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13 at 7:30 p.m. and November 6 and 13 at ...
by post on 10/15/2021 05:00 pm - Story - 1,823 Hits
3. October is National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month;
Easterseals NJ is educating NJ businesses about how and why to hire people with disabilities; NJ employee success stories
by post on 10/13/2021 01:46 pm - Story - 2,030 Hits
4. Students Published for “Rise of Mutants” Research
PARAMUS, N.J. – American Pharmaceutical Review has published Bergen Community College students’ research, “Microbiology of COVID-19: The Rise of the Mutants, Emergence of SARS-CoV-2 Variants as a Response to Evolutionary Pressures to Optimize Viral Transmissibility and Replication” in its July/August 2021 issue. It represents the second time the students have had their ...
by post on 09/28/2021 02:48 pm - Story - 1,831 Hits
5. BERKELEY COLLEGE STUDENT HONORED AS RISING STAR AWARDEE AT 7TH ANNUAL NJBIA WOMEN BUSINESS LEADERS FORUM
“I can be a catalyst for change and improve the quality of life for everyone.” Angeline Gil of Paterson, NJ, Berkeley College Honors Student
by post on 09/24/2021 05:30 pm - Story - 2,198 Hits
6. The Valley Hospital Applying Artificial Intelligence to Prevent Heart Attacks
Ridgewood, New Jersey, September 20, 2021 – The Valley Hospital is among the first to use non-invasive, artificial intelligence imaging technology to prevent heart attacks by characterizing unstable plaque buildup with a high potential to rupture that can lead to a heart attack.
by post on 09/22/2021 05:06 pm - Story - 1,863 Hits
7. BERKELEY COLLEGE NAMES MARIA RIVERA DIRECTOR OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
Berkeley College recently named Maria Rivera as the Director of Continuing Education. Rivera leads the College’s Continuing Education efforts for professionals seeking to advance in their careers or transition into new careers by enrolling in flexible Continuing Education courses and Certificate programs.
by post on 09/20/2021 05:17 pm - Story - 2,427 Hits
8. BERKELEY COLLEGE PROFESSOR AND RETIRED ARMY GUARD RECOUNTS HIS JOURNEY THROUGH MANHATTAN ON SEPTEMBER 11
On September 11, 2001, John Grant, JD, Professor, Justice Studies, Berkeley College School of Professional Studies, said he woke up and started getting ready for work, just like any other day. At the time, Grant was a faculty member at another college in Manhattan, NY. After a friend called and ...
by post on 09/13/2021 09:52 am - Story - 2,481 Hits
9. BERKELEY COLLEGE OFFERS CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES FOR PROFESSIONALS
SEEKING FLEXIBLE, CUSTOMIZABLE WAYS TO ADVANCE IN THE WORKPLACE OR TRANSITION TO A NEW CAREER
by post on 09/08/2021 05:44 pm - Story - 2,556 Hits
10. BERKELEY COLLEGE NURSING GRADUATES FROM BERGEN COUNTY JOIN NEW GENERATION OF HEALTHCARE HEROES
Nursing graduates from Bergen County, NJ, were among the new generation of healthcare heroes honored by Berkeley College at a pinning ceremony on Friday, August 6, 2021, at the Cosmopolitan in Wayne, NJ.
by post on 09/01/2021 07:01 pm - Story - 1,312 Hits
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