Professor Julia Sass Rubin, who has been popular in the media this Spring for challenging party line ballots, makes a case for bringing back fusion voting.
Heldrich Center for Workforce Development Announces Appointment of Anton House, Ph.D. as a Visiting Scholar
Professor House will join the center’s Workplace Divided team to conduct research examining perceptions of workplace discrimination through national surveys and stakeholder engagement
This research insight focuses on the Community College Opportunity Grant (CCOG) and the Garden State Guarantee (GSG), two sources of financial aid for low-income students in New Jersey which collectively constitute a “message of college promise.”
A substantial portion of grandparents with the lowest proportions of wealth in 1984-1989 are likely to have grandchildren who end up in the lowest wealth stratum in 2015-2017.
After earning a bachelor’s in architecture and working in the field for several years, Divya decided to realign her architecture and design practice towards international planning by working towards a master’s in urban planning in the U.S.
Only about one-quarter (25%) of high school freshmen in schools segregated by both race and poverty take Biology, compared with nearly six in ten freshmen in mixed schools (57%).
Promotions reflect the high standards of teaching and research for which the Bloustein School is known.
The study draws on home sale price data in the Detroit tri-county area from 2008–2013. Results indicate REOs owned by HUD and private entities are associated with substantial discounts.
Voorhees Transportation Center staff Leigh Ann Von Hagen, Sean Meehan, and Hannah Younes led a Spring 2022 studio to encourage micromobility use in Asbury Park, NJ by improving user safety and comfort. Smart Cities Dive featured the pop-up bike lane project, its limitations, and hopes for the future. smartcities.com July 25, 2022