The scholarship promotes environmental studies by students who are residents of New Jersey or nonresidents studying in New Jersey or its surrounding waters.
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.
This service delivery mechanism offers customers a pathway to learn and participate from the safety of their own homes and on devices a majority of customers use.
On July 17, the Bloustein School and NJ APSE hosted a Professional Development Workshop which honored a significant anniversary in the nation’s disability rights movement history and discussed the pre-ADA environment.
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.
At the height of the pandemic, travel to more than 150K NJ points of interest decreased up to 80% as compared to early March.
This comprehensive review sought to gain a better understanding of the online presence and how information is made available online to customers and job seekers.
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.
Examines responses of NJ nonprofit organizations about the financial impact of COVID-19, how they responded to the loss of funding and revenue, and their concerns about and plans for reopening.
Brief summarizes the response differences across groups of business owners on closures and financial impact due to the COVID-19 public health crisis.