Stuart Shapiro and Julia Rubin discuss her recent article on the role of political machines in New Jersey and how the design of ballots favor some candidates over others.
Stuart Shapiro and Marc Weiner discuss the changes to the landscape of higher education following the pandemic and the ensuing recession, and the new reality of online education.
Stuart Shapiro and Charles Brown discuss disparities in transportation planning and the need teach people about how it is linked to social disparities, social justice, and COVID-19.
This week Stuart Shapiro sits down with Bloustein School Senior Policy Fellow and former New Jersey Budget Director Richard Keevey, who reflects on his years of budgeting at both the state and national levels.
Jeanne Herb and Stuart Shapiro discuss the intersection of the climate crisis, COVID, and economic inequality, and why climate change cannot be seen as a separate challenge from other crises.
This week’s EJB Talks features a candid discussion between Stuart Shapiro and public health lecturer Lisa Gulla about the challenges facing local level disease investigators during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stuart Shapiro takes a look back at the tumultuous events of 1967 with Linda Stamato and Sandy Jaffe, co-directors of the Bloustein Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution.
Alum Storm Ervin MPP, a central organizer Mizzou protests after the murder of Michael Brown in 2014, shares her experiences from the and draws lessons for the current protests going on nationwide over the murder of George Floyd.
The murder of George Floyd has resulted in protests across the country. Associate Dean Stuart Shapiro discusses the president’s militaristic response to civil disobedience to the protests and the likely electoral implications.
“Supply chain” became the buzz phrase at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Anne Strauss-Wieder she breaks down the “breakdown” of the supply chain at the start of the pandemic with Stuart Shapiro.