In this study, researchers Hannah Younes, Robert B. Noland, and Clinton J. Andrews used traffic camera footage to observe the behavior of over 700 shared e-scooters and privately owned bicycles in Asbury Park, New Jersey. The authors discuss policy implications with regard to safety and gender differences between the two modes of transit.
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority and the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs have identified fifty food desert communities across the state, and several programs have been enacted to address food insecurity through tax credits for grocery stores and increasing monthly SNAP benefit minimums.
Despite efforts by many employers in New Jersey and nationwide to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace, many workers say their experiences of racial and ethnic discrimination at work remain the same, according to a survey of full- and part-time workers. “The forms varied — from the feeling of being disrespected and slighted, […]
Bloustein School alumni Qudry Adeyanju MPP ’23 and Jeffrey Young, MCRP ’23 were recently selected as William and Hannah Penn Fellows, a two-year program that enables recent graduates to serve in agencies in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and work on specific policy projects.
Lynn and Salzman argue that talent and intellectual property are globally distributed. We need to recognize this new reality, not only for the benefits this would confer on humankind, but also to contend with China’s growing STI capabilities and, eventually perhaps, integrating China into a system of global collaboration.
Research on community-based partnerships is limited in scope; however, literature points to key benefits for Black students’ achievement when parents, schools, organizations, and other community stakeholders work together to invest in students’ educational experience.
The study, conducted with support from WorkRise at the Urban Institute, captures the perceptions and experiences of racial and ethnic discrimination at work with a nationally representative survey sample of 3,277 full- and part-time U.S. workers.
Jessica Parineet, a second-year Master of Public Policy concentrating in Climate and Energy Policy, is one of five recipients of a NJ Wind Institute Graduate Fellowship, sponsored by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. Assistant Professor Mark Paul will serve as Jessica’s faculty advisor.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) acquired approximately nine miles of an abandoned Norfolk Southern rail line that passes through eight municipalities in Essex and Hudson counties. NJDEP envisions converting the land into a new State Park in the form of a multi-modal greenway. This Spring 2023 studio, led by Barbara Faga, is beautifully outlined in this StoryMap.
CUPR green building colleagues Jen Senick, Clint Andrews, and Gedi Mainelis are part of a new EPA-funded project in Elizabeth, NJ, to install air quality sensors near public housing. They met with US Senator Cory Booker and others to discuss how this project can improve local health and well-being.