Encore Pathways in the State of NJ

Encore Pathways in the State of New Jersey: An Analysis of Federal, State, and Local Programs for Encore.org Jui Agrawal, Nicholas J. Cuozzo, Shirley Ho, Yao Zhang View Report The objective of this report is to identify policies and programs within the state of New Jersey that help individuals in the second half of life […]

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Charitable Giving in Mercer County, NJ

Who is Giving and Who is Getting? Charitable Giving in Mercer County, New Jersey Meera Ananth, Natalia Campora, Jiamin He, Steve Malencheck, Ajay Mirmira View Report Americans gave nearly $316.23 billion to charity in 2012.People donate for different reasons: to support schools and colleges, hospitals, and churches; to encourage scientific innovation through universities; and to […]

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Newark–City of Learning

Newark–City of Learning: An Assessment of Postsecondary Attainment Data Prepared by the Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies In collaboration with: The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and Newark City of Learning Collaborative View Report The Cornwall Center, in conjunction with the NCLC, asked the Bloustein Practicum team to research four aspects of […]

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Saving New Jersey’s Middle Class

Saving New Jersey’s Middle Class George Boff, Ed Murphy, Mateusz Pirtus View Report America’s middle class forms the heart of our society, and nowhere is this truer than in the state of New Jersey. In this paper, we attempt to narrow an admittedly broad definition of what it means to be a part of the […]

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Atlantic City – Turning the Tide

Turning the Tide, Atlantic City Waterfront Access and Revitalization Plan Executive Summary Report There are 34 places in New Jersey with populations greater than Atlantic City’s. But ask someone from anywhere in the United States to name a place in New Jersey, and chances are, Atlantic City will top the list. No other city of […]

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Reuse and Recycling: Opportunities in Newark

Report In partnership with Newark’s Office of Sustainability, the Spring 2014 Community Development Studio explored opportunities to productively reuse materials that flow through the city’s solid waste stream to: (1) Create new businesses and jobs in Newark; (2) Divert waste from landfills and incineration; and (3) Strengthen Newark’s manufacturing sector. Newark is home to more […]

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