Join our faculty and staff experts, as well as some of our alumni and students, as we talk about topics within the disciplines of public policy, urban planning, public health, health administration, and informatics.
Dean Stuart Shapiro talks about the path to a career in health administration with Assistant Teaching Professor Jane Kaye on EJB Talks this week.
Stuart Shapiro returns for our 10th season of EJB Talks with alumnus Brandon McKoy MCRP '13, who was recently named the president of The Fund for New Jersey. An alumnus of the Bloustein School's urban planning program, Brandon talks about his recent career...
We’re closing EJB Talks for the year with a discussion of the tumultuous political events of 2023, including the chaotic dynamics within the Republican Party, the potential ramifications of Kevin McCarthy’s replacement as Speaker of the House, the ongoing challenges in passing crucial legislation, and more.
Three Bloustein School undergraduates who participated in the Rutgers Summer Service Washington DC (RSS DC) internships discuss their reasons for participating, including its impact on academic and professional growth and the impact the experience has had on their future.
EJB Talks–Exploring the Intersection of Architecture, Urban Design, and Technology in Urban Planning with Professor Juan Ayala
Juan Ayala talks about the distinctions between architecture and urban design, emphasizing the historical separation of individual building design and broader urban landscape planning. He also highlights the crucial role of urban designers as bridges between architects and planners.
Growing up as a child with a disability, Professor Cynthia Simon shares how her early studies eventually led to teaching disability studies and talks about the importance of including people with disabilities in the discussions of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Professor Ceu Cirne-Neves talks about her journey from journalism to healthcare administration, her extensive career in hospital administration, and the significant changes in the healthcare industry that she has experienced over the years.
Bernadette Baird-Zars research interests span land use, governance, construction permitting, and the role of community-based organizations in reshaping planning processes.
Dean Stuart Shapiro talks to Mark Paul, assistant professor and author of the recently released book, The Ends of Freedom. Mark discusses his journey into economics and environmental policy, economic rights, decarbonizing the economy, transitioning to renewable energy, and much more.
Wrapping up season 8 with Dean Shapiro’s take on President Trump’s indictment and his early thoughts on the 2024 election.
High school student Darryl George now joins the growing list of students who have been academically penalized for their hair. He joins fellow Texas high school student DeAndre Arnold, who was suspended and refused entrance to graduation because of his hair; West...
The world isn’t on track to meet its climate goals — and it’s the public’s fault, a leading oil company CEO told journalists. Exxon Mobil Corp. CEO Darren Woods told editors from Fortune that the world has “waited too long” to begin investing in a broader suite of...
Meet Junghoon Lee, a dedicated professional with a background in urban planning, now making strides in the field of Public Informatics through the Public Informatics at Rutgers University program at the Rutgers University Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and...
When New Jersey residents vote on primary day in June, most will use a ballot unlike those seen anywhere else in the country. It’s a ballot some say allows power brokers, not voters, to decide who wins. “I don't think it's unconstitutional, I know it's...
A recent study released in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems suggests that advanced computer systems are helping companies do more of their thinking and knowledge-related tasks automatically. Although this AI-powered work offers “higher efficiency...