Committed to the themes of health in all policies, healthy communities, the culture of health, and active design, these courses enable students to showcase the interconnected nature of our disciplines.
Dr. Lahr serves as the Director of the Rutgers Economic Advisory Service (R/ECON™), which provides economic analysis of public policy issues for New Jersey and the region, and is also editor of the Economic Systems Research journal.
The BTAA DEO program is designed to provide leadership training for faculty who are currently serving as department chairs to further develop their ability to be effective academic leaders.
Linking improved transit and environmental interactions with preventive health care, Markian Borkowsky’s innovative design provides fair and just opportunities.
Four panelists working in public administration and public policy discussed the impact of COVID-19 on these fields and their work.
Panelists spoke on topics including how the pandemic has and might impact travel patterns and more.
Three public policy majors–Lance Bean, Viridiana Martinez and Hasin Tasneem graduated.
EJB DESIGNS seeks to facilitate discussion, practice, and innovation in the graphic conveyance of planning ideas
Dr. Shih joined the Bloustein School in 2014 and teaches at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Professor Robert W. Lake and Jane Wills, University of Exeter co-edited the book, released this week.