Urban Planning and Design, Public Policy, Public Health, Health Administration
by Mike Lucas for Rutgers Today Mount Laurel native Nina Gohel is receiving full funding to take part in a master’s degree program at the postgraduate college of Peking University Nina Gohel, the daughter of immigrants of Indian descent who aims to help ensure gender equity across the globe, has been selected as a Yenching […]
Energy efficiency programs that focus on equity can acknowledge and address past injustices by involving marginalized communities in the decision-making process and proactively ensuring that all residents have equal access to benefits. The Energy Equity Project with the University of Michigan set out to establish a comprehensive system for assessing and promoting fairness in clean energy initiatives and investments.
The award recognizes excellence in doctoral research and scholarship across all disciplines at Rutgers University as well as the importance of research to a given field of study and a track record of academic and professional excellence.
The dynamic literature on in-prison interpersonal harm includes both parts of the public health approach but theoretical and methodological “noise” in this literature limits its instrumental utility to build effective prevention strategies. Multilevel logistic regression was used to predict four types of interpersonal harm using theoretically grounded individual and prison-level covariates that are supported by the empirical literature.
In December 2022, Congress delinked the continuous Medicaid enrollment provision with the Consolidated Appropriations Act, which meant that states would resume reviewing Medicaid enrollees’ individual eligibility on April 1st in a process known as “unwinding.” In New Jersey, nearly 300,000 people could lose their coverage.
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