The Bloustein School welcomes inquiries about funding priorities. Please contact Janet Cole, Director of Development at 848-932-2816 or janet.cole [at] ejb.rutgers.edu to discuss how to make a gift, where to direct your contribution or any other questions you may have about supporting the Bloustein School or student scholarships.
(*) denotes undergraduate award
New Jersey Planning Officials Annual Graduate Scholarship
Awarded to a full-time graduate student enrolled in the MCRP program at the Bloustein School.
Nike and Jim Bach Endowed Fellowship in Urban Planning and Public Informatics
As graduates of the Bloustein School MCRP program, the donors established this fellowship to assist Bloustein students in applying planning and informatics solutions to improve decision-making needed to solve today’s 21st century global challenges.
* Miriam Barker Endowed Memorial Undergraduate Student Achievement Award
Awarded for outstanding academic achievement and service in the pursuit of an undergraduate degree at the Bloustein School.
Edward J. Bloustein Memorial Scholarship
Established at the time of the founding of the Bloustein School in 1992, the Edward J. Bloustein Memorial Scholarships are provided to select, meritorious scholars in the pursuit of their academic goals, with deference to deserving students in financial need.
Bob Cotter City Kid Endowed Graduate Scholarship in Planning
Awarded to full-time graduate students in the MCRP program who are residents of urban areas in the United States.
* Sydney and Mildred Greenberg Memorial Scholarship
Awarded for outstanding academic achievement in the pursuit of an undergraduate degree at the Bloustein School.
Honorable Patricia Juliano Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in memory of late councilwoman Patricia Juliano from Orange, NJ, the scholarship is awarded to a full- or part-time female student in the Bloustein School’s public policy program with interests in local or state government policy and ties to community.
Jennifer S. Lightner Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund
This scholarship was established in memory of Jennifer S. Lightner, who was a part-time student in the MCRP program, and whose enthusiasm and pursuit of professional and academic excellence inspired those who knew her.
Susan Kirk Foundation Endowed Scholarship
Established by the Susan Kirk Foundation to recognize Susan Kirk’s contribution to public transit and transportation in New Jersey, this scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates an interest and ability in transportation planning.
Dr. Donald A. Krueckeberg Endowed Memorial Scholarship
Provides financial assistance to a full-time student enrolled as in the Ph.D. Program in Planning and Public Policy, and whose research, academic and professional career goals best exemplify Professor Krueckeberg’s enthusiasm and pursuit of professional and academic excellence.
Brandon M. Poli Memorial Scholarship
Established by the friends of Brandon Poli, Bloustein School Class of 1997, this scholarship is awarded to an urban planning student who exemplifies Brandon’s wit, intelligence, and perseverance.
Bloustein School Alumni Association Endowed Graduate Fellowship
Awarded to a full-time graduate student enrolled at the Bloustein School.
* Mary Ann and Steven J. Allard Fellowship in Planning and Public Health
Awarded to direct-admit undergraduate students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Public Health or graduate students enrolled in the MCRP program, with preference given to public health candidates.
Louis Berger Graduate Fellows Program (2009-2016)
This competitive fellowship enabled graduate students to be considered for a comprehensive fellowship award and earn internship credit while taking on a professional experience internship at one of the leading consulting organizations in the country.
Dawne D. and Lawrence B. Burrows Endowed Graduate Fellowship in Planning and Public Policy
Awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the MCRP and other graduate degree programs at the Bloustein School.
Isadore Candeub Endowed Graduate Fellowship in Planning
Awarded to a full-time graduate student based on academic merit and financial need and with preference for students in the design and development/redevelopment concentration.
Dr. Robert A. Catlin Endowed Fellowship
Awarded to a full-time graduate student based on merit and financial need with preference for students whose studies focus on the impact of race in public policy decision-making and/or urban revitalization.
B. Budd Chavooshian Endowed Memorial Fellowship
Established in memory of Budd Chavooshian by his family, friends, and colleagues and awarded to an outstanding student in the Urban Planning and Policy Development Program who best exemplifies Budd’s commitment to the field of planning.
Peter C. Cosier IV Environmental Fellowship
Provides an annual graduate fellowship award to a full-time graduate student based on merit and financial need with preference for students pursuing a concentration in environmental and land use planning.
Walter C. Evans Endowed Graduate Fellowship in Planning and Public Policy
Provides an annual fellowship to a graduate student enrolled in the MCRP program who demonstrates a significant personal commitment and/or outstanding academic potential in the fields of planning or public policy at the Bloustein School.
Christiana R. Foglio Endowed Annual Graduate Fellowship in Planning
Established by Christiana R. Foglio MCRP ‘86, this award is given to outstanding full-time graduate planning students with preference given to students with a degree from Douglass Residential College.
Paul J. Larrousse Endowed Fellowship in Planning
Bequeathed by Paul, this fellowship will provide student assistance and support student achievement in transportation planning.
Harold H. and Reba Martin Endowed Fellowship in Public Policy
This fellowship is awarded to a full-time student in the public policy program, pursuing excellence in public service, and helping to advance the study of public policy at the university and within the state.
* Ralph W. Voorhees Fellowship Program in Public Service
Awarded to students to participate in credit-bearing partnerships with a non-profit or government organization in areas such as community development and planning, community-based education, housing and public transportation, public health and public policy.
Robert W. Burchell Fund for Student Planning Conference Travel
Honors Professor Robert W. Burchell’s lifelong commitment to further engage planning students with the profession by assisting with funding student attendance at planning conferences and annual meetings.