More men entering female dominated fields

Dean James Hughes spoke with Dino Flammia of New Jersey 101.5 News Radio on Tuesday about the increase of men in traditionally female dominated fields.  “I think the overriding reason is that some traditional male-dominated occupations have been in steady decline,” said James Hughes, Dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public […]

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PSEG Foundation awards seed money for New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance

The PSEG Foundation has awarded seed funds to help establish the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance, a statewide network of policymakers, practitioners, and stakeholders working together to move New Jersey forward in strategic planning and implementation to prepare the state for a changing climate. Rutgers will serve as a facilitator of the Alliance, which is a joint venture […]

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Shaw honored for environmental leadership

Congratulations to Bloustein research associate Judy Shaw, who was recently honored by El Paso Corporation for her environmental leadership in the removal of the Calco Dam (read more about it here) and for her work helping to restore the Raritan River. Judy is the project director of the Sustainable Raritan River Initiative at the Bloustein School. She is […]

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May 22: NJ Economic Policy Summit

NJ Economic Policy Summit: Presentation of CEO Survey on New Jersey Business Climate Date: Tuesday, May 22 Time: 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Cost: $25 (member), $45 (nonmember) Civic Square Building, 33 Livingston Avenue New Brunswick, NJ (Directions) Register Now On May 22, the C-Suite Partnership will present the findings of its annual C-Suite Survey of New Jersey […]

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EJB alum discusses pedestrian safety on New Jersey Public Radio

On Monday, May 14 recent alumnus Dan Kravetz MCRP-MPP ’12 was a guest on New Jersey Public Radio discussing pedestrian safety. The story, which used research completed by Kravetz and Dr. Robert Noland, also appears inTransportation Nation. Kravetz found that a relationship existed between low income neighborhoods and high pedestrian crashes. Poor Pedestrians More Likely to be […]

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Congratulations graduates!

The Bloustein School graduated: 92 M.C.R.P. 7 M.C.R.S. 14 M.P.P. 7 M.P.A.P. 10 Ph.D. 34 B.A. in Planning and Public Policy 218 B.S. in Public Health this weekend! Both the graduate AND undergraduate classes were the School’s largest ever. We wish all of our graduates the best of luck in future endeavors! Check back soon […]

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New Heldrich Center survey of college grads

A new Heldrich Center survey of college graduates from 2006 to 2011 finds: Recent college graduates are struggling to find full-time jobs. In fact, just over half of recent college graduates are working full time. More than half of the nation’s recent college graduates are struggling to pay off their student loans and many are […]

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Congrats to Rutgers Student Employees of the Year!

We’d like to offer a special congratulations to MCRP graduate student Matt Campo and undergraduate public health major Brian Chang — selected as the Rutgers Student Employees of the Year! Campo worked at the Bloustein School’s Center for Transportation Safety, Security, and Risk, while Chang, a senior, won first place for his work with Sue […]

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EJB grad, ugrad selected for 2012 Rutgers Student Employee of the Year Awards

Two Bloustein-affiliated students were selected by the Rutgers Student Employment Office to receive 2012 Student Employee of the Year Awards. Recipients were chosen out of 73 candidates nominated by their supervisors and received awards ranging from $250 to $100. Mathew Campo MCRP ’12 was named graduate student employee of the year for his work at […]

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