University Partnerships: Spring Term Events

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Brookdale’s department of University Partnerships offers the following information events during the spring term: March Thursday, March 9 – Rutgers Information Session SLC 105, Warner Center, Lincroft 3 pm Criminal Justice & Labor Studies 3:30 pm Business 4 pm Psychology, Social Work & Journalism 4:30 pm Liberal Studies & Political Science RSVP Thursday, March
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Submissions to Collage due by Friday, March 10

Collage, Brookdale’s award winning anthology of student art and writing, is now accepting submissions! Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase/publish your work. Up to 3 submissions are allowed from Brookdale students in any of the following categories. 3D Modeling Animation Architecture Ceramics Cinematography Costume Design Dance Digital Paint Drawing Essay Graphic Design Illustration Interior
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Global Read: Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder

Our Spring Term Global Read is Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, A Man Who Would Cure the World, a non-fiction, biographical work published in 2003 by American writer Tracy Kidder. The book traces the life of physician and anthropologist Paul Farmer with particular focus on his work fighting tuberculosis in Haiti,
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Bankier Library Research Awards

The Bankier Library Research Awards were created to recognize excellence and critical thinking in all stages of the research process, from topic and research question development to finding background sources; from developing and modifying search strategies to evaluating and selecting sources; from integrating sources responsibly to creating a list of references or works cited. Awards
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Short Term Faculty Led Study Abroad Programs

Summer Study Abroad in Greece

Each summer the International Education Center sponsors faculty-led programs, lasting between 7-14 days.  These short trips, embedded into summer courses, are taught and led by experienced Brookdale faculty; they take students outside the traditional classroom for a first-hand, real-life look at the history and culture portrayed in lectures and textbooks. Summer 2017 programs will be
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Montessori Children’s Learning Center at Brookdale

Brookdale students who are also parents have on-campus child care offered through our Montessori Children’s Learning Center (MCLC) on the Lincroft campus. The Center, which is open to the public as well, offers a local option for comprehensive, competitively priced child care, with flexible scheduling and exclusive discounts available for Brookdale students.  Read all the details
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