Peter Norton to present 2012 Voorhees Distinguished Lecture, October 18

Peter Norton, a historian of technology at the University of Virginia, will present the 2012 Alan M. Voorhees Distinguished Lecture, “Fighting Traffic: The Dawn of the Motor Age in the American City,” on Thursday, October 18 at the Special Events Forum, Civic Square Building, 33 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick. The event will begin at 5 […]

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EJB Humphrey Fellow alum finds home-country connections in U.S.

When 2005-2006 Humphrey Fellow Orlando Acosta (Rutgers University – Natural Resources, Environmental Policy, and Climate Change) learned that he would be attending a pre-academic English training at the University of Oregon, he sought to learn more about the state’s local history. Once he began his research, he was delighted to discover numerous connections between the […]

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‘Due Process,’ Produced at Rutgers’ iTV Studio, brings home two Emmys

  Due Process — Rutgers University’s critically acclaimed public television series focused on critical issues of justice and public policy — can now claim an unprecedented 21 New York and Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards. Executive Producer/Co-host Sandra King and Associate Producer Tania Ivanova brought home two more of the winged statuettes this weekend from ceremonies in Philadelphia, where Due […]

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Voorhees Transportation Center to assist with designing, implementing employment transportation service

The Alan M. Voorhees Tranportation Center is a member of the Essex County, NJ team chosen among applicants nationwide to participate in the Community Transportation Association of America‘s (CTAA) Job Access Mobility Institute. The CTAA’s Joblinks Employment Transportation Center chose seven community teams based on their commitment and readiness to engage in an innovative, design approach to solving […]

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Bloustein doctoral students win best paper award

Bloustein doctoral students Nick Klein and Andrew Zitcer have received the American Sociological Association’s Community and Urban Sociology Section (CUSS) Student Paper Award for 2012. The award is for their article “Everything But The Chickens: Cultural Authenticity Onboard the Chinatown Bus,” published in Urban Geography 33,1: 46-63. The award announcement states that, “The CUSS Student Paper Award goes to […]

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Real estate development and economic summit to be held Sept. 27

News, trends in commercial real estate development, regional cooperation, infrastructure construction, best-practices in commercial real estate investment and pricing, finance and debt, economics and land policy, sustainable development, and occupational strategies will all be topics of discussion at the Real Estate Development & Economic Summit to be held at the Bloustein School on Thursday, September […]

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Anthony Marchetta to be honored as 2012 BSAA Alumnus of the Year

Anthony Marchetta, a 1981 MCRP graduate of the Bloustein School, will be honored as the 2012 Alumnus of the Year by the Bloustein School Alumni Association at a special reception on Tuesday, October 2 at the Hyatt New Brunswick. Tony Marchetta, a New Brunswick native, is co-founder of the Bloustein School Alumni Association and a […]

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Bloustein public health student Baker named “Intern of the Year”

Imani Baker, a public health and pre-nursing major at the Bloustein School, was recently named the 2012 Project L/EARN “Intern of the Year.” Ms. Baker worked under the guidance of faculty mentor Dr. Judith Lucas at the Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research (IHHCPAR) on a paper  “The Association between Nursing Home Culture […]

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