APA-NJ recognizes Stuart Meck, West Orange Walking & Cycling graduate studio with outstanding planning awards

On Friday, January 29 the American Planning Association- New Jersey chapter recognized planning initiatives, built projects, individuals and organizations that are at the forefront of planning and design at the APA-NJ Annual Planning Conference Awards Luncheon. Bloustein School Associate Research Professor Stuart Meck was selected as the recipient of the Budd Chavooshian Award for Outstanding […]

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Rutgers/CUNY team awarded honorable mention in ULI Hines Student Design Competition

A team comprised of four Rutgers University and one City University of New York/Baruch College graduate students received an Honorable Mention for Context Analysis award as part of the 2013 Urban Land Institute/Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competi­tion. The five team members included: Chris Kok, Bloustein School (Master of City and Regional Planning 2013); […]

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Bloustein students create documentary comparing planning issues in NJ to U.S. southern regions

The American Planning Association-New Jersey Chapter (APA-NJ) recently released a documentary created by Brandon Mckoy, 2012 Student Representative and fellow Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy student Susannah Dyen, that compares and contrasts planning issues in New Jersey and the Southern region of the United States (Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana). It is a collection of interviews […]

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Bloustein studios helping local communities

In the fall 2011 semester, the Bloustein School commissioned The Raritan Borough Waterfront Redevelopment Studio, a graduate planning studio, to study the waterfront of Raritan Borough, New Jersey. The objective of the studio was to create a regenerative urban design plan for an underutilized portion of the Raritan Borough waterfront encompassing the 3/4-mile long Orlando Drive […]

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