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Event Series Event Series: Research Seminar

Bloustein Research Day

April 12 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

3rd annual Bloustein Research Day

You are invited to our third annual Bloustein Research Day! It will be an in-person event. Anyone may register to attend. Faculty and staff may sign up to deliver lightning talks. Graduate and undergraduate students may sign up to present posters and potentially win a Best Poster Award. We strongly encourage participation by all members of the Bloustein community. Sign up today!

Registration: https://forms.office.com/r/RRag8YBJAc


Continental Breakfast (8:00 – 9:00 am)

Faculty/Staff Lightning Talks (9:00 – 10:15 am)

Jane Miller Beyond Statistical Significance: A Holistic View of What Makes a Quantitative Research Finding “Important”
Andrea Hetling State welfare policies and racial equity: Assessing the impact of COVID-19 policies on caseloads?
Muazzam Toshmatova Using the New Jersey Statewide Data System to explore Dual Enrollment Outcomes
Julia Sass Rubin The Impact of New Jersey’s County Line Primary Ballots
Ruth Winecoff Longitudinal Spillovers in Public Benefits Enrollment: The Effect of the Medicaid Expansion on Future Medicare Insurance Choices
Jon Carnegie Transit use, gender and sexual orientation: How identity influences how we travel
Hannah Younes Are e-scooters more dangerous than e-bikes and bicycles?
Yen-Tyng Chen Racial discrimination and mental health in the context of anti-Asian xenophobia: An intersecting approach of race, ethnicity, nativity, and socioeconomic status.
Janine Barr “And the survey says!”: A Case Study on Engaging Stakeholders to Inform Statewide Environmental Policy
Andrea Restrepo-Mieth Environmental Conservation and the Politics of Infrastructure Scarcity in Galápagos, Ecuador
Garin Bulger A Case Study Analysis of Food Sovereignty as a Climate Adaptation Strategy across the Americas
Jeanne Herb Research informing action:  Expanding access to nature for people with disabilities
Vanessa Tropiano Better Buyouts: Collaborative Research to Inform NJDEP’s Blue Acres Program
Pritpal Bamhrah Flooding Impact on Municipal Finance in NJ – NJ Adapt based analysis

Student Poster Session (10:15 – 11:30 am) with Light Refreshments

Keynote Address (11:30 am – 12 pm) Keynote Address by Dr. Joel Cantor

FAQWhat’s a lightning talk? What a poster presentation?

Organizing Committee: Clint Andrews, Liz Cooner, Laura Geronimo, Jeanne Herb, David Listokin, Will Payne