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, where residents can interact in public spaces and on their front porches, backyards and playgrounds and […]

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Engaging public health beyond the classroom: Kofi Addo (EJB 2017)

Kofi Addo’s formative years growing up with extended family in Ghana helped shape his interest in how societal and environmental factors play fundamental roles in shaping the health outcomes of individuals. A self-described bibliophile born in Morristown, NJ who finds solace in reading when life becomes hectic, Kofi spent the summer as an intern in […]

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Bloustein students are recipients of 2016-17 Gallagher Fellowships

The James J. Gallagher Family Fellowship has been established to allow graduate students from Rutgers University interested in climate change preparedness measures to undertake projects to help advance the mission and objectives of the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance. Dr. James J. Gallagher, a long-time environmental advocate, is originally from New York and currently resides […]

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Bloustein, RBS team win NAIOP’s CRE Intercollegiate Case Study Competition

NAIOP New Jersey recently announced the winner of the 2016 CRE Intercollegiate Case Study Competition (CREICS), where teams from Rutgers University, Monmouth University and New York University accepted the challenge of reimagining an industrial site located near Liberty State Park in Jersey City. The site location was donated by sponsor KRE Group for purposes of […]

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Moran, Murphy are 2015 recipients of Gallagher Fellowship

In 2014 the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance  established the James J. Gallagher Family Fellowship, which allows graduate students from Rutgers University interested in climate change preparedness measures to undertake projects to help advance the mission and objectives of the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance. Dr. James J. Gallagher, a long-time environmental advocate, is originally from New […]

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Rutgers alumnus to present discussion on Bayonne Bridge navigational clearance program, April 7

LISTEN TO THE RECORDING OF THE EVENT:  http://165.230.149.154:8080/ess/echo/presentation/c0f990e9-81c1-436a-9e91-59b945881891 (please note that the first 10 minutes of the camera recording is blurry due to a malfunction but the sound is fine. The accompanying slides are clear) The existing 151-foot clearance of the Bayonne Bridge is a limitation to future post-Panamax vessels following the anticipated completion of […]

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