Generation next: Crisis shows public policy grad student how people matter more than numbers

March 23, 2020

“It’s like the classroom coming to life.” Ryan Jeter, a Bloustein School MPP candidate with background work experience in public health — has seen all of the classroom lectures on how government and business can impact the world play out in real-time during the past month. He was interviewed by ROI-NJ about why it’s important to understand that in a crisis, people count as much as numbers.

ROI-NJ, March 23, 2020

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