Through emerging technologies and data-driven decision-making, and by working with academic institutions, and government agencies, industry and nonprofit organizations, we hope to impact the future of work and society in cities and to encourage a dialog on critical issues relating to automation, AI, ethics, and information privacy.
The Rutgers Urban and Civic Informatics Lab aims to research and build capacity in leveraging technology and data analytics to address grand challenges facing global cities. Our vision is to support socially-just, environmentally resilient, and healthy cities.
The Bloustein School is honored to announce the naming of several rooms in the Civic Square Building following generous donations by distinguished faculty and alumni. The school honored long-time faculty member Jerome G. Rose, who passed away in April 2013, with the Jerome G. Rose Reading Room. Dr. Rose, who retired from the urban planning program […]
The Robert A. Catlin Memorial Lecture honors the legacy of Robert A. Catlin, Bloustein School professor, who died in July 2004. Catlin began his career as a staff planner for governmental agencies and community organizations in several cities, including Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and New York. He also served as dean of the College of […]
Paul J. Larrousse assumed the directorship of the National Transit Institute, the federally designated training and education program for the U.S. Public Transit Industry, in July 2000. He was designated as a faculty fellow at the Bloustein School in 2003 and taught the graduate level “Transit Management and Planning” course each fall and co-taught a Transit Planning Studio […]