Tag: Public Policy and Administration

Research Center to Host Symposium on Housing, Segregation, and Poverty

Research Center to Host Symposium on Housing, Segregation, and Poverty

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers University–Camden will host a symposium addressing housing policies, segregation, and poverty from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17.

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Ph.D. Student Explains American Community Survey Data Showing Camden’s Drop in Poverty

Ph.D. Student Explains American Community Survey Data Showing Camden’s Drop in Poverty

Chris Wheeler, a Ph.D. candidate in public affairs-community development at Rutgers University–Camden, explains American Community Survey data showing Camden’s drop in poverty.

Posted in: Research Highlights
No Child Left Behind Act Inadvertently Impacts State Governments’ Finances, says Rutgers–Camden Researcher

No Child Left Behind Act Inadvertently Impacts State Governments’ Finances, says Rutgers–Camden Researcher

Michael Hayes, an assistant professor of public policy and administration at Rutgers University–Camden, Hayes examines this differential effect of NCLB on states’ contributions to education funding in states with binding school district tax and expenditure limitations (TELs), in the spring 2015 issue of Public Budgeting and Finance.

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Ph.D. Student Serves as Guest Editor for Journal of Public Affairs Education

Ph.D. Student Serves as Guest Editor for Journal of Public Affairs Education

Ashley Nickels, a Ph.D. candidate in the public affairs-community development program, coordinated and serves as a guest editor and contributing author for a symposium on community development in the spring 2015 issue of the Journal of Public Affairs Education.

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Rutgers–Camden Civic Scholar Spotlights

Rutgers–Camden Civic Scholar Spotlights

By Tom McLaughlin Since its inception in fall 2011, the Rutgers–Camden Civic Scholars program has partnered with more than forty organizations in the university’s host city, with Civic Scholars – committing 300 hours of community service in an academic year – contributing to projects and initiatives ranging from community building, healthcare, volunteer recruitment, homeless outreach, […]

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