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Jun
04

Black Lives Still Matters

President David E. Schroeder, Pillar College, Newark, NJ In the summer of 2016, the killing of black youths in Minnesota and Louisiana and subsequent killing of five policemen in Dallas brought to the fore the “Black Lives Matter” theme. At that time, I wrote a piece called “Black Lives Matter.” Then and now, it is […]

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Mar
31

COPING WITH COVID-19

Maxine A. Bradshaw, Ph.D., Professor and Chair Psychology and Counseling Traditional Undergraduate Program We are living in perilous times and many yearn for the return to normalcy. Can you remember when your concerns could be summed up in the cares for what you will eat, or what you will drink, what you will wear (Matthew […]

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Mar
31

Women’s History Month – Featuring Elizabeth Schroeder

Elizabeth Schroeder, born as a New Yorker, had the privilege of being in ministry most of her adult life. She has been in leadership roles in churches, mission organizations (as Dr. Dobson’s Administrative Assistant at Focus on the Family), and at Nyack College and Pillar College. Spiritual Formation is Elizabeth’s first love as she says […]

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Mar
25

Women’s History Month – Featuring Joan Martin

Joan was employed for twenty years in the Telecommunications Industry precisely AT&T and Telcordia Technologies. After being downsized, she provided Consulting Services to leading Pharmaceutical Companies for a number of years. In 2015, Joan became a full-time employee of Johnson & Johnson where she serves as a Technical Communicator on High Profile life Sciences (Pharmaceutical […]

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Mar
24

Women’s History Month – Featuring Ruthie Freckleton

Ruthie Freckleton is a proud mother of five sons, two daughters and eleven grandchildren. She is a licensed minister on staff at Second Baptist Church, Rahway NJ, under the pastorate of Rev. Dr. James W. Ealey. Ruthie is a group facilitator at Imagine, A Center For Coping With Loss, located in Mountainside, NJ. “In 2012, […]

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Mar
24

Women’s History Month – Featuring Amy Huber

Amy Huber is a first generation American born in New York to immigrant parents from the Philippines and China. Amy earned a BS in Psychology from Virginia Tech and a M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision from Liberty University. It was in the college environment that she came to faith in Christ her freshman year and […]

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Mar
24

Women’s History Month – Featuring Nicole Herbig

I am a mental health advocate and psychology professional. I have worked in the field of mental health for over two years in both an in-patient and in-home capacity. I will be earning my Masters of Science in Developmental Psychology in March 2020 as I continue to further my education. I graduated from Pillar College […]

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Mar
24

Women’s History Month – Featuring Dr. Maxine Bradshaw

Dr. Bradshaw, a graduate of Howard University, is Advisor of Pillar College Psi Chi International Honors Society dedicated to the promotion of the field of Psychology and Counseling. Through her guidance, Pillar College Psi Chi was featured in the Eye on Psi Chi, the official magazine of Psi Chi. Dr. Bradshaw brings innovative programs and […]

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Pillar College celebrates Black History Month – Featuring

Sharon has devoted her professional career to educating children and adults in public, private, and community settings. Her passion and commitment to the field is reflected in her work at Pillar College and also includes work as a founding member of a Christian, male K-6 academy, principal of a K-8 Christian school, and consultant and […]

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Feb
24

Pillar College celebrates Black History Month – Featuring

Fr. Samuel Davis was born to Panamanian immigrants, in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Somerset, NJ. Fr. Samuel serves as the Acting Rector at St. Simon of Cyrene Orthodox Mission in New Brunswick, NJ. “Sadly, racism and discrimination are facts of life for many Black Americans. What makes me proud of being an alumni of […]

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