EJB alum charts transitioning electorate

(from The Daily Targum, November 9, 2012) By Giancarlo Chaux / Correspondent Minority voters are impacting the outcome of elections more than ever, some political analysts realized after looking at demographics from exit polls post-Election Day. President Barack Obama received a loss of 20 points from white supporters in this election, said Allison Kopicki, polling […]

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Election-related events at the Bloustein School, Nov. 6 and Nov. 8

On Tuesday, November 6 the Bloustein School will host an informal Election Night viewing event at the Civic Square Building. Beginning at 6:00 p.m., students, faculty and staff are welcome to join us in the Special Events Forum and lobby and watch and discuss election results as they come in. Associate Professor Stuart Shapiro will […]

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EJB Humphrey Fellow alum finds home-country connections in U.S.

When 2005-2006 Humphrey Fellow Orlando Acosta (Rutgers University – Natural Resources, Environmental Policy, and Climate Change) learned that he would be attending a pre-academic English training at the University of Oregon, he sought to learn more about the state’s local history. Once he began his research, he was delighted to discover numerous connections between the […]

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Anthony Marchetta to be honored as 2012 BSAA Alumnus of the Year

Anthony Marchetta, a 1981 MCRP graduate of the Bloustein School, will be honored as the 2012 Alumnus of the Year by the Bloustein School Alumni Association at a special reception on Tuesday, October 2 at the Hyatt New Brunswick. Tony Marchetta, a New Brunswick native, is co-founder of the Bloustein School Alumni Association and a […]

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EJB alum discusses pedestrian safety on New Jersey Public Radio

On Monday, May 14 recent alumnus Dan Kravetz MCRP-MPP ’12 was a guest on New Jersey Public Radio discussing pedestrian safety. The story, which used research completed by Kravetz and Dr. Robert Noland, also appears inTransportation Nation. Kravetz found that a relationship existed between low income neighborhoods and high pedestrian crashes. Poor Pedestrians More Likely to be […]

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Congratulations graduates!

The Bloustein School graduated: 92 M.C.R.P. 7 M.C.R.S. 14 M.P.P. 7 M.P.A.P. 10 Ph.D. 34 B.A. in Planning and Public Policy 218 B.S. in Public Health this weekend! Both the graduate AND undergraduate classes were the School’s largest ever. We wish all of our graduates the best of luck in future endeavors! Check back soon […]

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Welcome to the new Blou Blog!

Thanks for visiting the Bloustein School’s blog! On this page we hope to keep you updated on news, announcements, events, and other items of interest at the Bloustein School. This blog is maintained by staff from the Dean’s Office but we welcome contributions from all of our faculty, staff, students, alumni and other visitors.

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