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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Brian Smedley discusses patterns of residential segregation that reinforce health inequities at 2018 Catlin Lecture

by Zoe Linder-Baptie MPP/MCRP ’18     Many of the environmental and societal challenges that public policy and planning students study are being addressed through public health initiatives. In late March Brian D. Smedley, co-founder and Executive Director of the National Collaborative for Health Equity, visited the Bloustein School to present a preview of the Health Opportunity […]

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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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Bloustein, SCUT continue strategic partnership with five-year agreement

The South China University of Technology (SCUT) has been a key strategic partner for Rutgers in China over the past several years. The two universities have developed several programs and initiatives to facilitate faculty and student exchange, encourage research collaboration, and strengthen the education provided to students at both institutions. Several Rutgers schools, including the […]

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