Dr. Daniel Sperling to discuss innovative ideas, partnerships; explore role government policy can play in steering the new transportation paradigm, April 11

Dr. Daniel Sperling,  Distinguished Professor of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science and Policy and founding Director, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis will present the 2018 Alan M. Voorhees Distinguished Lecture based on his most recent publication of the same name, “Three Revolutions: Steering Automated, Shared and Electric Vehicles to a Better Future” […]

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Dr. Richard J. Jackson, pediatrician and health policy expert, to present “Empowering Healthier Policies at the State and Local Levels,” May 1

Dr. Richard J. Jackson, a pediatrician and professor emeritus from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, will present the Gov. James J. Florio Distinguished Visiting Scholar Lecture, “Empowering Healthier Policies at the State and Local Levels,” on Tuesday, May 1 at the Bloustein School. The lecture is free and open to the public and […]

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Transition2018: Bloustein faculty, staff, alumni will have an impact on New Jersey’s future

Carl Van Horn, Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and Director of the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development and a widely recognized expert on workforce, human resources, and employment policy issues with extensive experience in public and private sector policymaking, was named Senior Advisor to the Transition for Strategy and Policy and will also serve as a co-chair of the Stronger and Fairer Economy […]

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DAPL decision shows Trump that the devil is in the details

Last week, a federal judge decreed that the Army Corps of Engineers had done an insufficient job reviewing the environmental impact of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). The decision threatens to shut down the pipeline. Pushing forward on the pipeline was one of the early accomplishments touted by President Donald Trump. Under the National Environmental […]

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Bloustein student team wins NAIOP NJ “Dinosaurs to Diamonds” Student Challenge

NAIOP New Jersey “Dinosaurs to Diamonds” Student Challenge Tomorrow’s commercial real estate leaders provided a glimpse of their vision for the state’s redevelopment as NAIOP New Jersey presented its first annual “Dinosaurs to Diamonds” Student Challenge. The commercial real estate development association announced the winner of the competition during its March 24 chapter meeting, conducted […]

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Sustainable Cities Research Coordination Network hosts workshop at EJB on ways to use information from buildings to improve cities

The Sustainable Cities Research Coordination Network held a workshop at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ, on October 10-11, 2014. Organized by Bloustein School professor Clint Andrews and colleagues, it explored ways to use information from buildings to improve cities. Participants explored four application areas: environmental performance; human health, safety and satisfaction; urban design, and infrastructure planning. A […]

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