Student Projects

Under the direction of faculty and research staff, students at the Bloustein School analyze real-world issues for real clients and develop real solutions. From planning studios to policy practicums to applied field experiences, students use a range of analytic, design, or research techniques to gain practical experience. They consider socioeconomic, demographic, environmental, political, and other conditions as well as stakeholder engagement as they research and assess projects, and are encouraged to use “best practices” in order to develop solutions that are equitable and efficient.

Student Portfolios

Visit our page at ISSUU for a collection of Bloustein School student portfolios.

Urban Planning Studios

Long Branch Lower Broadway Corridor Redevelopment

Teaneck NJ Future Growth Plan

Anchorage Design District Future Master Plan

Marshall Street Substation


Urban Planning Representation and Advanced Visualization

Sayreville NJ – Loeb

Sayreville, NJ – Moran

Sayreville, NJ – Williams

Sayreville, NJ – Yamanaka


Public Policy Practicums

Workforce Development Supports for Individuals with Disabilities in the State of New Jersey: An Overview of Best Practices

Healthy Homes Initiative

They Give You A Voice: Program Evaluation of the Garden State Leaders Program

Protections and Benefits for Workers in Today’s On-Demand Economy


Applied Field Experience

The Application of Data Analytics in the Non-Profit Sector

Connection Between Policy & the Environment

Analyzing Education & Employment Policies in the Newark Area

Understanding the Workforce Development Needs of Small & Mid-Sized New Jersey Employers