The award recognizes excellence in doctoral research and scholarship across all disciplines at Rutgers University as well as the importance of research to a given field of study and a track record of academic and professional excellence.
NJSPL – Report Release: Using Technology to Reduce SNAP Learning Costs: Lessons from a Survey Experiment
Stephanie Walsh, Gregory Porumbescu, and Andrea Hetling tested the objective information recall of 1,6777 New Jersey residents by utilizing three different methods of communicating SNAP eligibility requirements: a screening questionnaire, a PDF flyer, and a video tutorial. Which one do you think worked best?
Today’s NJSPL blog features a presentation by Stephanie Walsh, Dr. Gregory Porumbescu, Dr. Andrea Hetling, and Vishal Trehan presented at the Fall 22 APPAM conference on SNAP administrative burdens.
Why isn’t the participation rate for the government’s welfare programs at 100%? Research suggests that barriers and costs are not only associated with claiming but also redeeming benefits; these costs, in turn, discourage participation in programs.