Lina Maria Alfonso ’15, MHA ’20 is recipient of national ACHE, ACHENJ scholarships

Lina Maria Alfonso ’15 (MHA ’20) has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 American College of Healthcare Executives Foster G. McGaw Graduate Student Scholarship and the American College of Healthcare Executives New Jersey Chapter (ACHENJ) Scholarship. ACHE is a professional organization for those who direct the management services and programs within healthcare facilities and related […]

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Bloustein’s Lynn Astorga, Asst. Director of Student Recruitment, partners with Idealist to help connect prospective students with social impact grad programs

Are you thinking about attending graduate school, or do you know someone who is? A new video by Idealist.org, an organization which helps connect prospective graduate students with public-interest / social impact graduate programs, highlights Idealist’s new Grad Schools directory. Graduate schools join and create profiles with program information, application requirements, and enrollment data to tell […]

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Cassie Bolinger PPP’20 is recipient of 2019 Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award

Cassie Bolinger PPP’20 is one of nine undergraduate Rutgers students to receive the 2019 Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award.  The award provides one-time grants of up to $5,000 to outstanding Rutgers undergraduate students for summer internships in government/public service in Washington, DC. The monetary award is meant to ease the financial burden of working in Washington D.C. […]

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Vineeta Kapahi named NJPP’s 2019 Katherine Crotty Fellow

Congratulations to Vineeta Kapahi, who was been named New Jersey Policy Perspective‘s 2019 Katherine Crotty Fellow. The fellowship honors the legacy of NJPP’s late board chair, Kathleen Crotty, by giving the next generation of New Jersey policy leaders an intensive, paid summer experience in policy analysis and advocacy under the mentorship of NJPP’s experienced staff. Crotty […]

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Bloustein faculty, PhD candidates receive awards from Rutgers School of Graduate Studies

The Rutgers School of Graduate Studies recognizes annually the notable achievements of graduate students, faculty, and staff in research and scholarship, teaching and mentoring, leadership, outreach, and service across all disciplines, through Chancellor-level affiliations, and within specific disciplinary clusters. Three members of the Bloustein School community have received awards this year. Professor Radha Jagannathan is […]

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Bloustein studio reimagining the streets of Bloomfield, NJ is recipient of 2019 APA-NJ Outstanding Student Project award

The fall 2018 Bloustein School graduate planning studio, “Reimagining Bloomfield Streets: Planning for Health, Equity, and Safety through Walking, Biking, and Transit around the Watsessing Avenue Station Neighborhood,” was the recipient of the 2019 American Planning Association-New Jersey chapter Outstanding Student Project Award. This award is presented to outstanding class projects or papers by a student or […]

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2019 Bloustein School Convocation

The Bloustein School Convocation photos are now online! The school hires an independent photographer and all photos are free for our graduates and their families to download from our Zenfolio site.  In order to view the photos, visit https://blousteinschool.zenfolio.com/p111938028 In order to download a photo (FREE): 1–Find your photo in the gallery. 2–Click on the individual photo to […]

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Paul J. Larrousse Fellowship in Planning established at Bloustein School

Paul J. Larrousse, former director of the school’s National Transit Institute and a veritable encyclopedia of knowledge about public transit in the United States, passed away unexpectedly in November 2018. Prior to his passing, he bequeathed the Paul J. Larrousse Fellowship in Planning to provide student assistance and support student achievement in transportation planning. “Paul was a widely respected colleague, […]

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