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Student research highlighted at New Jersey’s Undergraduate Research Symposium

By: Office of Institutional Advancement

Bloomfield College STEM Student, Shaquille Brown was one of nearly three dozen students who participated in the Independent College Fund of New Jersey’s Undergraduate Research Symposium at the Liberty Science Center on Monday, March 7th.  Dr. Jim Murphy, Natural Science and Mathematics Division Chair, Dr. Tammy Castro, Associate Professor of Biology and Dr. Maria Vogt, Professor of Chemistry served as judges at the symposium. Dr. Vogt also served as Shacquille’s faculty research liaison working closely with him on his work with the quantitative infrared spectroscopic analysis of products formed from the nitration of acetanilide. 

Coverage from NJTV News.

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 “Since the program’s inception, each year a Bloomfield College STEM student has been selected to participate in the research symposium. The application process is extremely competitive with over 100 students throughout New Jersey sending in applications. Our STEM students work hard to achieve their goals and this program not only gives them an opportunity to showcase their research but it gives them added confidence as they move through their undergraduate studies,” said Dr. Jim Murphy, chairperson for the Natural Science and Mathematics division.

Dr. Vogt worked with Shacquille for over four months on his research and was consistently impressed with his focus and determination throughout the process. “Conducting research is a difficult yet very rewarding experience. I was thrilled to work with such a talented student,” said Dr. Vogt.

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced a $3 million grant to support STEM programs at Bloomfield College. Senator Cory Booker, Senator Bob Menendez, Congressman Donald Payne Jr., and Bloomfield Township Mayor Michael Venezia visited campus this past fall to attend a program honoring the College's receipt of the funding.

Click below to see photos from the announcement.