While most Rutgers faculty and staff have been working remotely since the start of the pandemic, a group of university employees continued to report to campus to do their jobs.
The financialization of the U.S. healthcare system, water supply, and food supply chain have all contributed to health inequities that resulted in the health care disaster of COVID-19, which could have been avoided.
“We shall seek social justice” is one of the aspirational principles of the American Institute of Certified Planners.
Wilson’s progressive politics did not extend to racial politics. President Holloway noted that the distance between Wilson’s rhetoric and his policies was vast.
The Federal Transit Administration commissioned the National Transit Institute to conduct a study to assess and codify the public transportation industry’s training practices, interests, and priorities and determine training needs
Data from the latest Work Trends survey suggests women are more concerned about economically supporting themselves or their families and have higher stress, as compared to men.
On March 10 NJ TRANSIT announced its VAXRIDE Initiative to support New Jerseyans in their efforts to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Academics, students and activists met to discuss the CROWN Act and the discrimination that Black women and men encounter because of their hair.
The participants explored the essentiality of bringing the disciplines together for the betterment and transformation of oppressed communities and their spaces.
President Holloway’s scholarly work specializes in post-emancipation U.S. history with a focus on social and intellectual history.