Dr. Andrea Hetling traveled to Korea this summer to present her research at two of the country’s leading universities. Her first stop was Seoul National University for an initiative designed to bring global scholars to campus to share new directions in research. She then visited the Korea Development Institute to present her research and meet with graduate students interested in studying at the Bloustein School.
Work requirements don’t work for domestic violence survivors – but Michigan data shows they rarely get waivers they should receive for cash assistance
The big idea Very few people who have survived domestic violence are getting Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) waivers from the work requirements and time limits tied to those benefits – even though they’re eligible for them, according to our...
The award recognizes excellence in doctoral research and scholarship across all disciplines at Rutgers University as well as the importance of research to a given field of study and a track record of academic and professional excellence.
NJSPL – Report Release: Using Technology to Reduce SNAP Learning Costs: Lessons from a Survey Experiment
Stephanie Walsh, Gregory Porumbescu, and Andrea Hetling tested the objective information recall of 1,6777 New Jersey residents by utilizing three different methods of communicating SNAP eligibility requirements: a screening questionnaire, a PDF flyer, and a video tutorial. Which one do you think worked best?
Professor Andrea Hetling has been selected to join the Provost Leadership Research Fellowship at the Chancellor-Provost Office for the Spring ’23 and Fall ’23 terms.
Dr. Hetling is a Professor of Public Policy at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and Co-Principal Investor of the New Jersey State Policy Lab.
Saquiba Aziz, Garin Bulger, Tracy P. Glova, Will Harrison, Shaun Moran, Maggie-Leigh O’Neill Read Report Homelessness persists in America in every state. On a single night in January 2020, 580,466 people were identified as experiencing homelessness, which is...
In this timely, special edition of EJB Talks, Stuart Shapiro speaks with two members of the Bloustein community who are personally touched by the war– undergraduate public health major Solomiya Mykolyk, and public policy professor Andrea Hetling.
Admission into the society is an extraordinary accomplishment in recognition of a student’s years of educational attainment and service.
Defining economic abuse in legislation won’t necessarily help survivors get out of coerced debt or regain financial stability, said Russell. Still, she hopes it offers a foundation to build on because financial wellbeing is crucial to leaving an abusive relationship...