As Deputy Director of the World Trade Center Redevelopment Department, Don Free ’82, MBA ’87, MCRP ’93 worked on the restoration effort for about eight years.
Jim Bach reflects on the profession of planning and how being trained as an integrator, along with understanding the connections between scope, schedule, and budget, allowed him to successfully work with the Port Authority and the multitudes of emotionally invested stakeholders involved in the WTC project.
With a growing elderly population and epidemiological shifts toward complex, chronic diseases, there is a growing need for medical professionals to have palliative care training.
Students will be paid $17 to $20 per hour depending on experience. Those students with a car/driving will be compensated at a higher rate than non-drivers.
Anne Strauss-Wieder to present Thomas B. Deen Distinguished Lecture at annual TRB meeting in January 2022
She is recognized for her contributions to the transportation community in freight mobility, resilience and business continuity, and “freight as a good neighbor” effective practices.
Jeanne Herb awarded appointment as chair of NAS planning committee on climate change and health equity
The workshop series explores the current state of knowledge about climate-related health disparities.
Bloustein School professors and other renowned academics explore the writings and critical engagement of Bloustein Professor Emertius Robert W. Lake
Even as the U.S. navigates through a global pandemic, Americans face significant health challenges from chronic diseases such as hypertension, obesity, and diabetes.
A new report by Marc Pfeiffer of the Bloustein Center for Local Government Research, with support from NJIT Center for Building Knowledge, suggests the idea of a truly successful town center microgrid as an off-grid power supply for critical facilities remains difficult to achieve.