Urban Planning and Design, Public Policy, Public Health, Health Administration
In 2016, an estimated 15 million people experienced water shutoffs. To address individuals’ struggles with paying their water bills, the Low-Income Home Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) was implemented in 2021 in response to growing water insecurity among Americans during the pandemic.
This summer, with a bachelor’s in Public Policy, Rubiano – who came to the country as an undocumented immigrant when she was 2 years old – will start working as a private banking analyst at JPMorgan’s International Private Bank.
The June 8 virtual forum will examine both the leadership structure and technical environment that is paving the path to a whole Unemployment Insurance system that is successfully getting benefits to people on time.
This new report authored by Tom Dallessio, Bob Kull, Eric Harris, and Smriti, employed a policy-focused approach to review the initial goals of the Million Acre Initiative and the Garden State Preservation Trust Act, first signed into law in 1999, which aimed to preserve one million more acres of open space, farmland, and historic structures throughout the state.
Prof. Jim Samuel was a guest on Public Health America where he gives a summary on his AI research and outlines his academic journey from Architecture to Public Informatics.
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is continually striving to expand our relevance in critical areas and meet the needs of the community at large. We foster a highly-collaborative academic, scholarly and professional environment, preparing students to be the planning, policy and health leaders of tomorrow, conducting cutting-edge, policy-relevant research and scholarship, cultivating leadership in public engagement and community service, and addressing the crucial policy issues of our time.
The Bloustein School offers a range of teaching and research programs and initiatives related to healthy communities, health in all policies, and the upstream (social and environmental) determinants of health.
Wrapping up season 8 with Dean Shapiro’s take on President Trump’s indictment and his early thoughts on the 2024 election.Read More
Assistant Professor Yen-Tyng Chen talks about how the SARS outbreak personally impacted her interest in public health, and shares how her experiences during her Ph.D. studies inspired her personal and intellectual interests in how race and built environments have huge impacts on health disparities.Read More
New faculty member Ruth Winecoff talks about the inspiration behind her research on municipal bonds, and the important role they play in our country, particularly for our towns and municipalities.Read More