Tag: Public Policy and Administration

Rutgers University and University of Havana Formalize Agreement for Research Collaboration

Rutgers University and University of Havana Formalize Agreement for Research Collaboration

By Tom McLaughlin In 2002, Rutgers University–Camden and the University of Havana signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to formalize research and exchange opportunities for students and faculty. Since that time, the partnership has flourished, resulting in collaborative faculty research projects, student fellowships and internships, and frequent visits to Cuba led by expert faculty […]

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Vote of Confidence: Well-Cited Researcher Dispels Voter Fraud Allegations

Vote of Confidence: Well-Cited Researcher Dispels Voter Fraud Allegations

By Tom McLaughlin As the presidential election heads down the final stretch, there have been growing allegations of voter fraud and a rigged system by Donald Trump, with the Republican candidate even indicating that, should he lose, he may not be so quick to accept the results. Those watching the debate closely may have noticed […]

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International Conference on Cuba to Highlight Issues of Sustainable Community Development

International Conference on Cuba to Highlight Issues of Sustainable Community Development

By Tom McLaughlin Signaling a historic, new era of research collaboration, Rutgers University–Camden will bring together leading scholars from the United States and Cuba for a conference focusing on issues of sustainable community development in the island nation, from Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 on the Rutgers–Camden campus. The International Conference on Cuba will be […]

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Research Center Receives National Science Foundation Grant to Study Causes of Concentrated Poverty

Research Center Receives National Science Foundation Grant to Study Causes of Concentrated Poverty

By Tom McLaughlin In summer 2013, a groundbreaking report by the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers University–Camden and The Century Foundation revealed that concentrated poverty has increased by 50 percent since 2000, and more than 11 million Americans now reside in neighborhoods where at least two in every five households live […]

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Researcher: Summer Games No Winning Proposition for All Rio Residents

Researcher: Summer Games No Winning Proposition for All Rio Residents

For many residents in Rio, the Olympics and the preceding 2014 FIFA World Cup haven’t always been winning propositions.

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