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NJSPL – Rethinking Complete Streets

NJSPL – Rethinking Complete Streets

In January 2023, Governor Phil Murphy directed the NJ DOT to update its Complete Streets policy to include design practices for neurodivergent people, including those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and/or intellectual and development disabilities.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Initiatives

The school is home to individuals from many cultures, races, nationalities, genders, identities, and life experiences and with different beliefs and values. The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy values diversityequityinclusion, and belonging (DEIB) and aims to improve and grow these efforts strategically by managing and assessing performance.

Parking Fight! Wednesday, December 6

Henry Grabar, journalist and Loeb Fellow, Harvard University Graduate School of Design will present the 2023 Stuart Meck Memorial Lecture in Land Use Law and Affordable Housing, “Parking Fight!” He will present his historical research on the “parking problem,” report on parking’s role in community decision-making, and explain the environmental disaster that is American parking policy. RSVP here.

Student Spotlight: Chyna Cornwell

“The health administration major is so versatile and offers many opportunities. You have to work hard to meet the requirements, meet with professors and advisors, and better yourself academically. When I am ready to go out into the real world and get a job, I know that having a degree from Rutgers will be highly respected.”