The NJ MOD IV Historical Database is an online, searchable database of New Jersey MOD IV parcel information data sets from 1989 to 2022. Providing land parcel and property ownership data, the MOD IV database consists of more than 93 million records spanning 33 years.
By exploring critical cases of primary care teams (within MTSs), this study provides foundational insights on how team processes and context may affect care quality disparities.
Eno will give the Wilbur E. Smith Friend of Eno Award to Billy Terry, Executive Director of the National Transit Institute (NTI). This award is given to honor an individual or organization who has demonstrated outstanding support to Eno.
The New Jersey State Policy Lab, in collaboration with the Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies, released a report that examines patterns in high school math course-taking across New Jersey.
New research from Professors Bob Noland, Wenwen Zhang, and PhD alum Evan Iacobucci found many NJ residents support making COVID-related street closures permanent, though transportation agencies remain an impediment.
New research from Prof. Julia Sass Rubin uses a Camden, NJ case study to examine the playbook of neoliberal education reform policies.
This NJSPL post reviews the results from an Eagleton poll looking at how New Jersey residents perceive the state government and its use of technology.
The Bloustein School offers KDI students the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and practical skills through a combination of coursework and professional internships.
This Research and Innovation spotlight features how Dr. Ralph has been working with police to change the narrative on how crashes are reported and understood
From barbershop encounters with Malcolm X to death threats at Illinois State University and gunfire at Towson State, George A. Pruitt provides a powerful narrative poised at the intersection of social justice, higher education, and politics.