Bloustein School undergraduates honored with Chancellor’s Student Leadership awards

Four Bloustein School students were honored at the Chancellor’s Student Leadership Gala on Tuesday, May 1, 2018. The Chancellor’s Student Leadership awards recognize and reward students for their remarkable contributions to the university and community. These are students who consistently demonstrate collaboration, leadership and resourcefulness, have a tremendous passion for Rutgers, and go outside of their normal responsibilities […]

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First annual Health Administration Case Competition enjoys success

Megan Coakley EJB ’18 contributed to this article. The Future Healthcare Administrators and the Bloustein School held the first Case Study Competition on April 14. The competition encouraged students to use the information learned in class and apply that knowledge to real-world scenarios in order to solve problems present in today’s workplaces and communities. FHA […]

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Blazing a Trail With Help From Residence Life: Meet Dawud Hamdan

Dawud Hamdan, a senior majoring in public health, suffers from transverse myelitis, a neurological condition that causes inflammation along a segment of the spinal cord. Read his story and watch the video to find out how he worked with Residence Life staff on special accommodations to allow him to comfortably live on campus.

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Alumni Profile—Raymond Bisogno, BS ‘06 (Public Health)

by Zoë Linder-Baptie, Candidate, MPP-MCRP ’18 A civilian analyst for the New Jersey State Police, Raymond Bisogno BS ’06 (Public Health)  recently completed a Master of Arts in Security Studies from the Center for Homeland Defense and Security at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. After a year and a half in his most recent […]

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Panel focuses on changing shift of population health management

Dona Schneider, associate dean at Rutgers University’s Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, said the school helps train students by not only focusing on the cross section of public health and medicine, but also on the active environment of changes in communities and policy. Community leaders and politicians are invited to speak to students […]

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Dr. Dona Schneider named Dean of University College

Dr. Dona Schneider, Professor and Associate Dean for Programs at the Bloustein School, has been appointed Dean of the University College (UC). Professor Schneider is a committed educator and enthusiastic leader, who has an outstanding record in research and teaching in epidemiology and public policy. She has served as Acting Dean of UC since August 1, […]

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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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