Stuart Shapiro returns for our 10th season of EJB Talks with alumnus Brandon McKoy MCRP '13, who was recently named the president of The Fund for New Jersey. An alumnus of the Bloustein School's urban planning program, Brandon talks about his recent career...
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.
We’re closing EJB Talks for the year with a discussion of the tumultuous political events of 2023, including the chaotic dynamics within the Republican Party, the potential ramifications of Kevin McCarthy’s replacement as Speaker of the House, the ongoing challenges in passing crucial legislation, and more.
Three Bloustein School undergraduates who participated in the Rutgers Summer Service Washington DC (RSS DC) internships discuss their reasons for participating, including its impact on academic and professional growth and the impact the experience has had on their future.
The Eagleton Graduate Fellowship Program, a core education program of the Eagleton Institute of Politics, was one of the first activities undertaken by the Institute after it was established in 1956 with a bequest from Florence Peshine Eagleton. Rutgers graduate...
Dean Stuart Shapiro talks to Mark Paul, assistant professor and author of the recently released book, The Ends of Freedom. Mark discusses his journey into economics and environmental policy, economic rights, decarbonizing the economy, transitioning to renewable energy, and much more.
This summer, with a bachelor’s in Public Policy, Rubiano – who came to the country as an undocumented immigrant when she was 2 years old – will start working as a private banking analyst at JPMorgan’s International Private Bank.
Chelsie is deeply passionate about all children having access to quality education, and throughout her academic career has focused much of her research and activism on providing access to education for marginalized communities.
The Revolutionary Award recognizes student leaders or organizations that have demonstrated creativity, originality, ingenuity, and/or resourcefulness in addressing local and global issues.
With a passion for improving community health outcomes, Lara Fougnies believes that public health strategies are the most effective way to confront the root of health issues in the country. Graduating with honors with a major in Public Health from the Bloustein...