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From the Bronx to Bloustein

A dive into the National Environmental Protection Act and the foundations of Bloustein’s multidisciplinary, interconnected programs.

Fostering democracy through teaching

Discussing the benefits and pitfalls surrounding the current state of community engagement, and how astute and enthusiastic Bloustein students are becoming democratically capable citizens committed to figuring out how to make the world a better place.

A Place for Ethics

An in-depth discussion about ethics and its application in informing planning, policy and public health, and how law can be impoverished without ethics.

Rural planner: Frank Popper and the Buffalo Commons

Discussing the Buffalo Commons, its history, its significance, and the current economic and environmental signs that confirm the idea that the depopulated center of the country should capitalize on its heritage as the home of the buffalo.

Bloustein Alumni Spotlight: 9-11 and the World Trade Center Redevelopment

Jim Bach reflects on the profession of planning and how being trained as an integrator, along with understanding the connections between scope, schedule, and budget, allowed him to successfully work with the Port Authority and the multitudes of emotionally invested stakeholders involved in the WTC project.

Rutgers Team Wins HUD’s Innovation in Affordable Housing Competition

Students redesigned an existing public housing development to connect residents with each other and their neighborhood A team of Rutgers graduate students created an award-winning proposal to turn an aging public housing development in Ohio into a vibrant community,...

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Career Virtual Drop-ins

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Bloustein Career Development Specialists Cheryl Egan and Andrea Garrido will be in a Zoom Room on Monday's beginning January 22, 2024 (excluding holidays and spring break) to answer questions, provide […]