Bypass navigation bar
Three exhibitions in the Forum Gallery and Studio Gallery at Brookhaven College School of the Arts present the work of art department students.
Microsoft courses have been part of the curriculum in the Office Technology Department at Brookhaven College for several years, but the college has just become an official Microsoft Office Specialist, MOS, testing site for Microsoft Office 2003 software. The Microsoft Office Specialist is the official Microsoft certification for Microsoft Office programs.
The Brookhaven College Dancers’ Theatre will entertain audiences with performances featuring students in Brookhaven College School of the Arts dance courses and special guests the Plano Metropolitan Ballet.
The Brookhaven College School of the Arts presents a classic in American literature with Theatre Brookhaven's production of "To Kill a Mockingbird" Oct. 20-29 in the Arena Theatre, an intimate venue for a powerful portrayal of love, hatred and prejudice in the rural South.
National accreditation of Brookhaven College’s Nursing Program is the recommendation according to announcements made Oct. 20 by members of the site visiting team from the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc., during their exit briefing conducted in the college’s Nursing Skills Lab.
Quality, compassionate health care delivery is of high importance to patients. The Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce and Brookhaven College's Corporate and Continuing Education Division present "Emotional Intelligence and Its Impact: In Hiring, Retention, Regulation, and Performance in the Healthcare Industry," a free seminar about hiring people who have the qualities to serve others with compassion and skill.
The Mesquite Symphony Orchestra and the Brookhaven College School of the Arts Choral Society perform together a program titled "Myths and Legends," works of varied styles composed by "legends" of many eras.
Hispanic leaders in community college education will gather in Dallas for their 10th annual national leadership symposium, titled "Leaders Who Bridge Access to Success." The Dallas County Community College system is the host college; Dr. Jesus “Jess” Carreon, chancellor for the DCCC system, is the opening speaker; and Brookhaven College is a sponsor for the event.
David Russell, winner at the 2005 GRAMMY Awards, is world renowned for his superb musicianship and artistry, earning the highest praise from audiences and critics alike.
Barron Storey has a passion for illustration and for educating the next generation of artists, which he will share through his exhibition and two-day workshop.