Dakota Cintron, Project L/EARN cohort of 2011 and a 2014 graduate from the Bloustein School with a BS in public health and economics, was selected to the second cohort of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Research Scholars. He is one of three Rutgers/Project L/EARN alumni who were selected to the inaugural RWJF Health Policy Research […]
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New Jersey Future’s Cary Edwards Leadership Award recognizes individuals who have an outstanding commitment to improving the quality of life and promoting smart growth in New Jersey through sustainable land-use policy and practice. The 2017 honoree, James W. Hughes Ph.D., has been dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy […]Cary Edwards Leadership Award, James Hughes, New Jersey, New Jersey Future, NJ, Smart Growth Award
In keeping with Rutgers’s motto of “Jersey Roots, Global Reach,” Bloustein students had the opportunity to visit the United Nations headquarters in April to discuss the Sustainable Development Goals and the UN’s role in peacekeeping throughout the world. Arranged by the school’s Office of Student and Academic Services the Division of Global Affairs Rutgers University-Newark […]Bloustein, career services, graduate, MPP, peacekeeping, policy, SDGs, sustainable development goals, UN, United Nations
Bill Cesanek MCRP ’77, AICP, Vice President at CDM Smith and Chair of APA’s Water Task Force, talks about the state of water issues in planning and provides an update on the work of the Water Task Force in a video feature by the American Planning Association. Water issues were a major focus […]APA, Bill Cesanek, natural resources, planning, policy, water, water policy, Water Task Force
Derrick Webb, a 2010 public health graduate with a concentration in public health preparedness, was recently named Member-At-Large for the New Jersey Environmental Health Association. Derrick has been a Registered Environmental Health Specialist with the Mt. Olive Health Department since September 2013.
The Bloustein School is pleased to eight alumni have been selected as recipients for the 2015 Bloustein School Alumni Association’s (BSAA) 2015 Alumni Awards. The school recognized the awardees in a reception at the Heldrich Hotel on Thursday, November 12. Shams Eldien Naga MSUP ’86, Principal of Naga Architects and Robert J. Nardi MCRP ’78, […]alumni, award, BSAA, career achievement, honor
The N.J. Work Environment Council (WEC) has selected Dan Fatton, an environmentalist, community activist and fundraiser as its new Executive Director. Fatton was selected after the WEC Board and search committee completed a nationwide search. WEC is a nonprofit alliance of labor, environmental and community groups that has played a key role in winning and […]alumni, Fatton, NJ Work Environment Council, WEC