As the Director of Business Development and Marketing at St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark, NJ, Moses Salami EJB (Public Health) ’11 describes his path into the health administration and marketing fields and offered guidance and advice for current students and alumni.
For years, public health leaders have warned about underinvestment in New Jersey’s system — a patchwork of local, county and state programs designed to keep residents safe and blunt the impact of disasters — and academics have documented these concerns. Many...
Essex County saw the second-largest population change, with about 7,000 residents leaving. James W. Hughes, a professor at Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, said Hudson County is going through a generational shift. He said...
He looks to see if there are parallels in the aftermath of the flu pandemic of 1918 and World War I, maintaining that expectations for change are often followed by more of the same.
Bill Rodgers, Labor Economist and Rutgers University Professor, joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the impact of COIVD-19 on workers’ mental health. Yahoo Finance, May 20, 2021
This week Stuart Sharpiro talks to amazing Bloustein alums from New Jersey Community Capital, who discuss how the organization pivoted work during the pandemic to assist NJ’s small businesses and how the Garden State Relief Fund has been helping with the recovery.
Career paths, New Jersey Department of Labor’s pandemic response, and how the crisis has the potential to make a positive change, increasing faith in a more competent government
Bikeshare use in NYC dropped during the early months of the pandemic, but had largely recovered by the summer.