Bloustein sustainability researcher sees challenges for energy management systems

  Jennifer Senick, executive director of the Rutgers University Center for Green Building at the Bloustein School, joined REIT.com for a video interview at NAREIT’s 2014 Leader in the Light Working Forum in San Francisco. Senick was asked to comment on the trends that she is seeing with regard to energy management systems and REITs’ ability to scale building efficiencies on a […]

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Voorhees Transportation Center appoints Karen Alexander as Managing Director of NJTIP@Rutgers

The Bloustein School’s Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center (VTC), a national leader in transportation research and education and the nucleus of the school’s transportation-related policy research, training and education, has appointed Karen Alexander as the first Managing Director the New Jersey Travel Independence Program, NJTIP @ Rutgers. NJTIP @ Rutgers trains individuals with disabilities, older adults and transportation-disadvantaged […]

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Larrousse visits White House

Paul Larrousse, Director of the National Transit Institute, was recently invited as part of the U.S. Department of Transportation contingent to enjoy viewing and visiting the White House for the holidays. The National Transit Institute at Rutgers University serves as the training arm for the Federal Transit Administration, and provides training, education, and clearinghouse services in […]

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Bloustein School launches 2012-13 Faculty and Research Center Staff Speaker Series

The Bloustein School will be hosting a Faculty and Research Center Staff Speaker Series to highlight the work of members of the Bloustein faculty and research center staff. The presentations will kickoff next Wednesday, October 10 with “Technology Adoption and Structural Poverty: Statewide Evidence from the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program,” by Marc Weiner, Assistant Research Professor […]

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Bloustein associate dean featured on Genius Country

Bloustein Associate Dean Thea Berkhout and her husband Paul Breitman, Assistant Vice President for University Services at Princeton University, are featured as this month’s “thought leaders” on geniuscountry.com. Genius Country is an online media platform designed to promote the uniqueness of Princeton’s people, places and institutions, launched “to celebrate the individuals who continue to ensure that […]

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Three years into national economic recovery, wide variation exists in jobs recovered

A new Rutgers Regional Report, “Employment Recession and Recovery in the 50 States: An Update,” authored by Joseph J. Seneca, university professor and economist at Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, and Will Irving, research associate, ranks the 50 states by the percentage of the Great Recession’s private-sector job losses that have been recovered as […]

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PSEG Foundation awards seed money for New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance

The PSEG Foundation has awarded seed funds to help establish the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance, a statewide network of policymakers, practitioners, and stakeholders working together to move New Jersey forward in strategic planning and implementation to prepare the state for a changing climate. Rutgers will serve as a facilitator of the Alliance, which is a joint venture […]

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Welcome to the new Blou Blog!

Thanks for visiting the Bloustein School’s blog! On this page we hope to keep you updated on news, announcements, events, and other items of interest at the Bloustein School. This blog is maintained by staff from the Dean’s Office but we welcome contributions from all of our faculty, staff, students, alumni and other visitors.

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