Voorhees Transportation Center releases GASCAP model

The Bloustein School’s Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center has released GASCAP — the Greenhouse-Gas Assessment Spreadsheet for CAPital Projects —a freely available Microsoft Excel based spreadsheet tool designed by VTC. This spreadsheet based tool allows users to estimate the life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions associated with transportation construction and maintenance projects. Both user-friendly and flexible, it is designed to estimate […]

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New Walter Cope Evans Endowed Fellowship in Planning and Public Policy established

The Bloustein School  is pleased to announce the establishment of the Walter Cope Evans Endowed Fellowship in Planning and Public Policy. This annual fellowship program will support a graduate student in the Bloustein School’s Masters in City and Regional Planning program who has demonstrated a significant personal commitment and/or outstanding academic potential in the fields of […]

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EJB welcomes admitted graduate students at open house

The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy will be hosting its annual Graduate Admitted Student Open House on Thursday, March 29, 2018. This event provides graduate students admitted to our public policy masters, urban planning masters, and doctoral programs the opportunity to visit the school and faculty, meet other prospective and current students in the program, and learn […]

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Greenberg collaborates on virtual journal issue on the economics of risk analysis

Professor and Associate Dean of the Faculty Michael Greenberg, a former editor of Risk Analysis, An International Journal, and  current editor Tony Cox, have collaborated on several edited books about terrorism risk analysis and more recently, the economics of risk analysis. Wiley, publisher of Risk Analysis, has made their latest collaboration available as a free virtual issue for a […]

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