Bloustein School alumnus and Senior Policy Fellow Brandon McKoy MCRP ’13 has been selected as the new president of The Fund for New Jersey. Since embarking on his professional career, McKoy has emerged as a leading policymaker and social justice advocate.
The 2023 edition of the Planetizen Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs has ranked the Bloustein School’s Program in Urban Planning and Policy Development 3rd among the Top 25 graduate urban planning programs. This was the same as our previous ranking.
Alumnus Mark Bauer (MCRP ’16) Releases Updated Course “Data Analysis Using Python: A Beginner’s Guide Featuring NYC Open Data”
Mark Bauer released an update to his open source project designed to provide a beginner-friendly framework for reproducible data analysis. It’s a great resource for uncovering valuable insights and making informed decisions confidently using datasets from NYC Open Data.
Ms. Grogan has worked at the Pinelands Commission since August 1988 and has been serving as Acting Executive Director for the last 18 months.
MCRP ’19 alum Justin Lesko moves from Acting Planning Director to Director of the Municipality of Princeton.
MCRP candidate Rithikha Rajamohan created a film for an Experimental Filmmaking course that was chosen to screen at the 41st New Jersey Film Festival. She reflects on the inspiration for the film and how it ties in to her work in Urban Planning.
Named to the Bloustein School Alumni Awards Hall of Fame in 1995, Ms. Ogden served as mayor of Millburn, NJ from 1979 to 1981 after serving as the township’s deputy mayor from 1976 to 1979
Homecoming 2021: Shawn Tucker applies football, urban planning skills to his career in college athletics
A four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver, Shawn was a double major in geography and labor studies, and after graduation returned to the Bloustein School to earn a Master of City and Regional Planning.
Seula Lee MCRP ’20 and Distinguished Professor Robert B. Noland recently explored bikeshare trips in Seoul, South Korea.
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