Champions of Raritan River recognized at 11th Annual Raritan River Conference

Five individuals and one organization received Sustainable Raritan River Awards at the 11th Annual Sustainable Raritan Conference and Awards Ceremony on Friday, June 7, 2019.  The annual awards recognize outstanding achievement in efforts to revitalize, restore and protect the Raritan resources and promote the area as a premier place to live, work and raise a […]

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Dean James W. Hughes recognized with APA-NJ Lifetime Achievement Award

On Thursday, January 26, the American Planning Association-New Jersey Chapter presented Bloustein School Dean James W. Hughes with a Lifetime Achievement and Leadership in Planning Award at the annual New Jersey planning conference. The APA-NJ chapter also announced a new planning award recognizing and celebrating his legacy, the James W. Hughes Applied Research Award. “The […]

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Sustainable Raritan River Collaborative recognizes eight stewards of the Raritan River and Bay

Eight individuals and organizations received Sustainable Raritan River Awards at the 8th Annual Sustainable Raritan Conference and Awards Ceremony at Rutgers’ Douglass Student Center on Friday, June 10, 2016. “The purpose of these awards is to recognize some of the more creative and impressive accomplishments by genuine leaders throughout the Raritan Watershed,” said Michael Catania, […]

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Weiner honored with Graduate School New Brunswick Teaching Award

Bloustein School associate research professor Marc D. Weiner was selected as the recipient of  2016 Teaching Excellence Award by Rutgers Graduate School-New Brunswick (GSNB).  He was honored at an awards ceremony on April 21. The Graduate School-New Brunswick conducts an annual competition for the Excellence in Teaching, Graduate Research, Administrative Service, and Dissertation Teaching awards. Two awards […]

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Bloustein graduate student Kate Millsaps awarded APA Sustainable Communities Division student essay award

Kate Millsaps, a dual M.C.R.P./M.P.P. candidate at the Bloustein School, has been selected as the first graduate student winner of the American Planning Association’s Sustainable Communities Division Student Essay Contest. Ms. Millsaps’ essay, written as part of Dr. Frank Popper’s class History and Theory of Planning, addressed equity as part of green space creation in […]

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Professor Robert Lake receives teaching excellence awards from NAGS, GSNB

Bloustein School professor and director of the doctoral program Robert Lake was selected as the recipient of  2015 Teaching Excellence Awards from the Northeast Association of Graduate Schools (NAGS) and Rutgers Graduate School-New Brunswick (GSNB). The Northeast Association of Graduate Schools Teaching Awards are designed to recognize excellence and creativity in teaching of graduate students at the […]

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