There is plenty of evidence to support meal programs

White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Director Mick Mulvaney recently defended proposed budget cuts to prominent anti-hunger programs, including the popular Meals on Wheels America and school meal programs, stating that the administration will not spend money “on programs that cannot show that they actually deliver the promises …” He went on to […]

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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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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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EJB alum Gutschow publishes paper on planning for post-disaster recovery

A new briefing paper about how manufacturing businesses can better prepare for possible disasters, written by Bloustein alumna Sarah Gutschow AICP, MCRP 2011 of the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness, has been published by the American Planning Association. The paper can be found at https://www.planning.org/research/postdisaster/briefingpapers/econrecovery.htm  

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Bloustein School recognizes completion of studies for students of KDI Scholars program

In January 2001, the Bloustein School and the School’s Urban Planning and Policy Development Masters Program entered into a partnership to accept students from the School of Public Policy and Management of the Korea Development Institute (KDI) into the Urban Planning and Policy Development graduate program. The KDI School of Public Policy and Management was established in 1998 to meet […]

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New Walter Cope Evans Endowed Fellowship in Planning and Public Policy established

The Bloustein School  is pleased to announce the establishment of the Walter Cope Evans Endowed Fellowship in Planning and Public Policy. This annual fellowship program will support a graduate student in the Bloustein School’s Masters in City and Regional Planning program who has demonstrated a significant personal commitment and/or outstanding academic potential in the fields of […]

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EJB welcomes admitted graduate students at open house

The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy will be hosting its annual Graduate Admitted Student Open House on Thursday, March 29, 2018. This event provides graduate students admitted to our public policy masters, urban planning masters, and doctoral programs the opportunity to visit the school and faculty, meet other prospective and current students in the program, and learn […]

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MCRP candidate Benson awarded APTF scholarship

Congratulations to Bloustein Master of City and Regional Planning degree candidate Mike Benson, who was recently awarded the 2012 American Public Transportation Foundation’s Jerome C. Premo Scholarship. The scholarship is for applicants dedicated to a career in public administration/public policy in the transit community. Mike will be honored at the 2012 Scholarship Awards Program in […]

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