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Bloomfield College Alumnus Earns Grammy Nomination
Creative Arts and Technology alumnus, Lorenzo Cardona ’11, has earned his first Grammy nomination. His engineer work on rapper Post Malone’s song, Rockstar, featuring 21 Savage, is up for Record of the Year.
Iota Alpha Chapter Inducts 16 Bloomfield College Nursing Students
On Saturday, December 8, Bloomfield College Division of Nursing inducted sixteen new members into Iota Alpha Chapter, STTI. Candidates ranked in the top 35% of their class.
Bloomfield College President Delivers WTA Keynote Address in Vietnam
President Richard A. Levao delivered the keynote address to the WTA, a non-governmental partner of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), held in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.
SBS Alumni Reunite on Panel at Bloomfield College
On Tuesday, December 4, three Bloomfield College alumni returned to their alma mater to participate in the Social and Behavioral Sciences panel.
Bloomfield College Student's Story Featured on NPR
Gloria Rodriguez’s journey to Bloomfield College was spread far and wide by the Teacher Project, in partnership with Chalkbeat and WNYC. Rodriguez shared her story as an undocumented student with NPR.
Bloomfield College Honors CBS' Bill Whitaker, Raises $650,000 at 150th Gala
The Sesquicentennial Gala was held on Saturday, December 1. Over $650,000 in proceeds was raised for scholarships, making it the largest fundraising event in the College's history.
Bloomfield College Unveils Carlozzi Commons
The College community has unveiled Carlozzi Commons. Trustee Nicholas Carlozzi; his wife, Cathy; and the Carlozzi family foundation made an extraordinary gift, which has culminated in the College naming an area of campus after them.

Bloomfield College Unveils Carlozzi Commons

Carlozzi Commons
 
On Saturday, November 3, the Bloomfield College community officially unveiled Carlozzi Commons. Trustee Nicholas Carlozzi; his wife, Cathy; and the Carlozzi family foundation made an extraordinary campaign leadership gift, which has culminated in the College naming an area of campus after them. Carlozzi Commons is an outside space adjacent to the Quad – a special place for Nick and Cathy, who come to commencement every year to celebrate students and their achievements.
 
After experiencing the loss of their beloved sister, Beth, to breast cancer, the family announced that one of the scholarships to be awarded through their endowed scholarship fund will honor her. The annual memorial scholarship will benefit nursing students -- a fitting honor, as Beth was a longtime nurse.
 
“Over the years, we have been inspired – even awed – by the lengths to which Bloomfield College students will go to get a college education. We’ve also been inspired – and awed – by how far over and above their job descriptions Bloomfield faculty and administrators will go to help them,” the Carlozzis shared, in a joint statement. “Bloomfield College fills an important niche in the educational ecosystem of our state and our country. It is an honor and a privilege for us and our family to help ensure the continuity of such determined striving and such uplifting support.”
 
Nick, Cathy and their family have a longstanding commitment to providing support to Bloomfield College. Family philanthropy is very important to them, and their giving is a model for how a family can come together and affect lives through informed philanthropic decision making.