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MJ Smith Named to Power 100

President Smith Named to City & State New York Higher Education Power 100

Michael J. Smith, President of Berkeley College, has been named to City & State NY’s Higher Education Power 100 list. The City & State Higher Education Power 100 List acknowledges individuals who lead institutions of higher learning and go above and beyond the duties that are required of them.

MetLife Stadium

Berkeley College Announces Outdoor Commencement Ceremony at MetLife Stadium

Berkeley College has announced that it will host a live Commencement Ceremony outdoors at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, on Friday, May 27, 2021. The outdoor ceremony is open to graduates who completed their degree requirements in August and December 2019; April, August and December 2020, and April 2021.

Clifton Vaccination Site

School of Health Studies Students and Faculty Volunteer at Drive-Thru COVID Vaccination Site in Clifton, NJ

In Clifton, NJ, Berkeley College students and faculty are serving as frontline volunteers, administering COVID-19 vaccines to thousands of area residents. On Wednesdays, teams of students in the Berkeley College LPN to B.S.N. program administer vaccinations under the supervision of nursing faculty from the School of Health Studies.

Professor Heidi Hoefinger

Q & A with Professor Heidi Hoefinger on Migration, Sex Work and Trafficking Research

As Berkeley College recognizes women trailblazers during Women’s History Month, we recognize Professor Heidi Hoefinger, PhD, Social Sciences, Berkeley College Division of General Education, and Faculty Advisor, Gender and Sexuality Alliance. Hoefinger’s latest research about migration, sex work and trafficking was published on March 10, 2021, in Ethnic and Racial Studies.

Berkeley College Blog

Student Lessons Learned, Outside the Classroom, in 2020

28 Dec 2020
Sandra Coppola, PhD, LPC, LMHC, ACS
 Berkeley College Senior Director, Personal Counseling and ADA Coordinator
I was recently in the grocery store and saw a young woman with a T-shirt that read,” I wish 2020 was over.” I thought about the number of students that I had spoken to during the semester who expressed similar sentiments. When asked “Once 2020 is over, what will be different when the calendar turns to 2021?” students paused, reflected, and realized that the turning of the calendar would not miraculously erase the woes of the past year, but somehow, it would give them hope for a clean start.

A Presidential Conversation with the American Conference on Diversity

22 Dec 2020
Panagiota Babadelis, Student, Marketing Communications
Panagiota Babadelis is a Marketing Communications major, pursuing a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree through the Berkeley College Larry L. Luing School of Business®. She expects to graduate in 2021. Ms. Babadelis is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and the National Society of Leadership and Success, Sigma Alpha Pi. She founded the Volunteer Leadership Program at Berkeley College in Paramus, NJ, connecting students through community service and event marketing and management. She is also a Teacher’s Assistant for the Berkeley College Honors Program, and works in the Berkeley College Office of Communications and External Relations.

An Eye-Opening Perspective on Reclaiming Small Business in New York City

11 Dec 2020
Adriana Romero, Student, Business Administration – Management
Adriana Romero is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration – Management from Berkeley College. She is an intern in Business Development for DoNYC and for the Office of Communications and External Relations at Berkeley College

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