LINCROFT: SPACE TRAVELER TO SPEAK AT BCC

olsen2Press release from Brookdale Community College

Community members of all ages are invited to a special presentation by Greg Olsen, when the entrepreneur, scientist and civilian space traveler visits Brookdale Community College on Thursday, December 3.

The  7 pm presentation, hosted by Brookdale’s Physics and Astronomy Club and STAR Astronomy in Red Bank, is free and open to all. Olsen, a research scientist and tech industry innovator who became the third private citizen to orbit the earth in 2005, will speak at the Student Life Center building on the Lincroft campus.

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LINCROFT: AN EXPANDED OPEN HOUSE AT BCC

FallOpenHouse-14Press release from Brookdale Community College

This fall, and for the first time, Brookdale Community College will host two open house events, featuring expanded offerings for adult learners, career-changers and residents returning to the classroom.

Brookdale’s college-wide Fall Open House, open to high-school students, prospective college students and residents of all ages, will be held from 12 to 2 pm on Sunday, November 15 at Brookdale’s Collins Arena on the Lincroft campus.

Brookdale’s new Adult Open House, designed specifically for residents age 24 and over, will be held on Tuesday, November 17 from 4:30 to 7 pm, inside the Brookdale Student Life Center.

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LINCROFT: BCC INTROS FREE LECTURE SERIES

Catherine_W_pointmadefilmsFilmmaker Catherine Wigginton Greene will present a free screening of her documentary I’M NOT RACIST…AM I? at Brookdale Community College on February 24, as part of the Spring Lecture Series.

Press release from Brookdale Community College

Beginning on the evening of Tuesday, February 24, Brookdale Community College will inaugurate a new series of free movie screenings and expert lectures on such topics as race, civil rights and privacy in the digital age.

The series kicks off at 7 pm with a screening of Catherine Wigginton Greene’s acclaimed documentary I’m Not Racist…Am I?. The film documents the interactions of a diverse group of teenagers over the course of a year, as they confront issues such as culture, identity and institutional racism. The director will host an interactive discussion with the audience following the screening.

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