Every nine minutes, though, another person is added to the waiting list. While 169 million people in the United States were registered as donors as of 2021, not everyone who registers is able to donate. In fact, only three in 1,000 people die in a way that allows for deceased organ donation. That’s why more willing […]
The Eagleton Fellowship offers select Rutgers graduate students the opportunity to further their understanding of government, public affairs, and the practice of politics, and to connect the fellowship experience to their chosen fields of study.
The weeklong intensive program partnered middle school students from New Brunswick public schools with professional urban planners and artists in workshops that included building artful cities, 3D printing, community engagement, and social justice.
She was selected for contributions to cross-disciplinary research in statistics and data science in the areas of urban informatics, smart cities, mobility analytics, and data justice.
Read the history of the Bloustein School The Bloustein School will begin celebrating its 30th anniversary in September, and we have a lot of great events planned! We hope everyone will be able to join us at these events and celebrate not just the school’s history, but also our strong future. Tuesday, September 27, 5:00 […]
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