Weiner honored with Graduate School New Brunswick Teaching Award

Bloustein School associate research professor Marc D. Weiner was selected as the recipient of  2016 Teaching Excellence Award by Rutgers Graduate School-New Brunswick (GSNB).  He was honored at an awards ceremony on April 21. The Graduate School-New Brunswick conducts an annual competition for the Excellence in Teaching, Graduate Research, Administrative Service, and Dissertation Teaching awards. Two awards […]

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Shore banks make money; why are they nervous?

“I think for New Jersey it’s been an improvement, but a little more guarded (than the nation),” said John McWeeney, president and chief executive officer of the New Jersey Bankers Association. The trade group teamed up with the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University on its fifth annual survey […]

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Bankers foresee no quick turnaround in N.J.

Bankers in New Jersey are fairly optimistic about the current state of the economy, but most have far more faith in the nation’s economy than they do in conditions throughout their home state. The latest annual survey from the New Jersey Bankers Association found that almost 99 percent of those who responded would rate the […]

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Marc Weiner contributes chapter in new book, “Polarized Politics: The Impact of Divisiveness in the US Political System”

Bloustein School Associate Research Professor Marc D. Weiner has co-authored, with G.M. Pomper, a chapter in a newly released, edited book, Polarized Politics: The Impact of Divisiveness in the US Political System. Edited by William Crotty, the Thomas P. O’Neill Chair in Public Life and professor of political science at Northeastern University, Polarized Politics is a major contribution to our […]

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Weiner honored as 2014 Rose Teaching Excellence Award recipeint

The Bloustein School is pleased to announce that Marc D. Weiner, Associate Research Professor and Associate Director/Faculty Fellow for the Bloustein Center for Survey Research, is the 2014 recipient of the Jerome Rose Excellence in Teaching Award . The Rose Award is  presented annually to a full-time faculty member committed to quality teaching. Faculty and […]

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PANJAAPOR chapter presents successful inaugural panel addressing survey research during natural disasters

  The Pennsylvania and New Jersey Chapter of the American Association for Public Opinion Research(PANJAAPOR), a professional affiliation of survey and public opinion researchers from the academic, public interest, and private sectors, held its inaugural meeting on Wednesday, April 10 at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Leaders in the field of […]

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