Key updates in the new report include the addition of historical sea-level rise information for New Jersey; consideration of the latest information related to ice-sheets changes and their effect on
This is the second report; a final report is due out in early 2020. The scorecard and report may be found at http://go.rutgers.edu/46g4vdyr
The transportation sector has become the largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the United States, according to Dr. Arroyo, who spoke about the
The American Association of Geographers announced Professor Robert W. Lake as the recipient of 2020 Distinguished Teaching Honors.
Bloustein MHA students took first place at Seton Hall’s Graduate Healthcare Management Case Study Challenge.
Using a set of performance indicators, the practicum group tracked how each state prepared for and responded to the Great Recession.
Jason Redd, Esq. BS (Public Health) ‘01, MCRP ’04 has joined the Bloustein School Advisory Board, Bloustein School Dean Piyushimita “Vonu” Thakuriah recently announced.
New Jersey joins seven other states in promulgating an Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill
The Bloustein School is pleased to welcome five new faculty members to the teaching ranks in the fall of 2019. Soumitra Bhuyan, PhD, MPH joins the Bloustein School as an Assistant Professor. His primary teaching and research interests include chronic disease management, health information systems with an overarching emphasis on population health. Dr. Bhuyan has received several […]
In early September the Bloustein School welcomed Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland, MIT Professor and director of