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The Biggest Barrier to a Vibrant Second-Hand EV Market? Price

The Biggest Barrier to a Vibrant Second-Hand EV Market? Price

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New Paper on Affordable Rental Housing by NJSOARH

New Paper on Affordable Rental Housing by NJSOARH

A new article by the NJSOARH team examines the difficulty of enumerating the number of federally subsidized housing units and provides a method of reconciling data sets at the parcel level to identify housing needs and rental stock.

NJSPL – Extreme Heat, Coastal Flooding, and Health Disparities

NJSPL – Extreme Heat, Coastal Flooding, and Health Disparities

New Jersey is facing a myriad of climate challenges, many of which are linked to particularly problematic public health effects. Unfortunately, the state’s elderly population is uniquely vulnerable to these public health implications, and the population only continues to grow.

New Paper on Foreclosure Crisis by Prof. Eric Seymour

New Paper on Foreclosure Crisis by Prof. Eric Seymour

A new paper by Eric Seymour and Josh Akers investigates outcomes associated with properties sold using land contracts signed between 2008 and 2015 in Detroit, leveraging real estate transaction, tax foreclosure, and eviction and land contract forfeiture records

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.

Experience Rutgers Day, April 27

We’ll see you on Busch Campus in Piscataway and College Avenue and Cook/Douglass campuses in New Brunswick for the ultimate celebration of everything Rutgers. There’s something for everyone, with live performances, exhibits, plenty of kids’ activities, demonstrations, and so much more to see and do… and it’s all free. MORE INFO

Student Spotlight: Dipti Shah MHA ’24

“Everything I have experienced has solidified my conviction that the transformative power of effective administration ensures optimal patient care and organizational success. I am pursuing the Rutgers MHA to broaden my perspectives on global hospital administration practices and am dedicated to driving positive change and shaping the future of healthcare delivery. The supportive community and vibrant academic environment at Rutgers’ Bloustein School have provided me with invaluable insights and skills to excel.”