Stuart Shapiro returns for our 10th season of EJB Talks with alumnus Brandon McKoy MCRP '13, who was recently named the president of The Fund for New Jersey. An alumnus of the Bloustein School's urban planning program, Brandon talks about his recent career...
Bloustein School alumnus and Senior Policy Fellow Brandon McKoy MCRP ’13 has been selected as the new president of The Fund for New Jersey. Since embarking on his professional career, McKoy has emerged as a leading policymaker and social justice advocate.
Alumnus Mark Bauer (MCRP ’16) Releases Updated Course “Data Analysis Using Python: A Beginner’s Guide Featuring NYC Open Data”
Mark Bauer released an update to his open source project designed to provide a beginner-friendly framework for reproducible data analysis. It’s a great resource for uncovering valuable insights and making informed decisions confidently using datasets from NYC Open Data.
“Data is a powerful tool that can inform policy decisions and drive positive change in society. As a data analyst, it’s important to always be curious, ask the right questions, and utilize the best tools available to gain insights from the data.”
Victoria Gregorio PhD ’18 and colleagues earn Partnership Award for Social Determinants of Health project
The award highlights inspiring and innovative partnerships among patients, families, and healthcare professionals whose work addresses relevant healthcare issues.
Ms. Grogan has worked at the Pinelands Commission since August 1988 and has been serving as Acting Executive Director for the last 18 months.
Using examples from his own career and from his recent book, Dr. Jeffrey Robinson discussed some of the hurdles he faced along his career path as well as strategic actions taken by other Black faces in high places which helped them find success.
Creative Cities Design Institute Partners New Brunswick Students, Artists, and Urban Planners to Understand Socially-Engaged Design
The weeklong intensive program partnered middle school students from New Brunswick public schools with professional urban planners and artists in workshops that included building artful cities, 3D printing, community engagement, and social justice.
The Bloustein School hosted an alumni career panel on Transportation Policy and Planning early in the semester, where graduate students had the opportunity to hear from four Bloustein School alumni about their career paths. Moderated by Bloustein School professor Mike...
The Bloustein School is pleased to announce that six individuals have been selected as recipients of awards presented at the 2017 Annual Alumni Awards Celebration on Friday, October 20. This year’s honorees include graduates who have varied accomplishments in...