On April 8th, 2022 we held the first Research Day at the Bloustein School. Faculty, staff, and students were invited to give five-minute Lightning Talks about their research. There was also a judged Poster Session, and a Keynote Address by Robert Kopp.
Marc Pfeiffer: The Digital Economy and NJ Tax Policy
Wenwen Zhang: Shaping the Future of Cities Using Technology
Will Payne: How “Local” are Local Reviews?
Jennifer Senick: NJ’s Zero Energy Building Roadmap
Jeanne Herb: Integrating equity in climate change planning: notes from the field
Michael Smart: Buying Access One Trip at a Time: Lower-Income Households and Ride-Hail
Hannah Younes: Making Micromobility Smarter and Safer
Bob Noland: Public views of COVID street closures
Sean Simone: Brain Drain: Accurately Modeling the Migration of High School Graduates Leaving their Home State for Higher Education
Camille D’Andrea: BCSR Projects for the NJ Department of Education
Jermaine Toney: Economic Insecurity in the Family Tree and the Racial Wealth Gap
Gavin Rozzi: Predicting the Vulnerability of New Jersey Communities to Opiate Overdoses Using People, Places & Things: A Spatial Risk Modeling Approach
Francis Barchi: Improving women’s health and building community resiliency through recreational soccer in rural Kenya: The Nikumbuke Initiative
Julia Sass Rubin: Why New Jersey’s county line primary ballots are destroying democracy in our state
Kelcie Ralph: Too much consensus in the transportation planning classroom?
Jim Samuel: Artificial Intelligence: Implications of Little Philosophy, Much Science & Lagging Policy
Keynote Address – Bob Kopp
Poster Winner: Laura Geronimo, PhD Candidate. Evaluating Structural Biases in FEMA Distributions for Flood Damaged Private Property, Exploratory Analysis.