$3M NSF grant to provide graduate students with training in developing, conducting research on coastal climate change risk, resilience

U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker recently announced that a research team from Rutgers has been awarded $2,999,055 in federal funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop research into the risks of climate change on coastal communities and their resilience to such threats. “As we approach the fourth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, […]

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NSF to present EJB’s Arctic Planning Studio Project, July 25

On Thursday, July 25, the National Science Foundation will host Sustainable Arctic Villages and Oil Development: Planning to Avoid the Natural Resources Curse, a presentation of the Bloustein School’s recent Arctic Planning Studio project, “Community Impact of Moving Oil to Market.” The presentation will be available online by webcast. Instructions for viewing the webcast are included […]

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