CURE Kicks off Spring 2021 Season on Jan. 28 with Virtual Roundtable

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will begin its spring series on Thursday, January 28, with the virtual roundtable discussion on “Community-Based Approaches to Creating Sustainable Affordable Housing.” Panelists will discuss housing cooperatives, community land trusts, and shared equity housing models as viable alternative approaches to creating sustainable affordable housing and building community wealth. … Continue reading CURE Kicks off Spring 2021 Season on Jan. 28 with Virtual Roundtable

J. Scott Thomson, CCAS ’94, Will Discuss Police Reform on Nov. 19

J. Scott Thomson, CCAS ’94, retired chief of the Camden County Police Department, will discuss his experience with community policing and crime reduction, on Thursday, November 19, as part of the series, “The Way Forward: Alumni and Faculty Discuss Police Reform.” Dr. Nyeema Watson, Associate Chancellor of Civic Engagement, will moderate the discussion.  This virtual … Continue reading J. Scott Thomson, CCAS ’94, Will Discuss Police Reform on Nov. 19

Dr. Kelly Dittmar Will Discuss “Gender and Intersectional Dynamics in Election 2020” on Nov. 16

Dr. Kelly Dittmar, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of Research at the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) at the Eagleton Institute of Politics, will present, “What Happened? Gender and Intersectional Dynamics in Election 2020,” on Monday, November 16, at 5 p.m. EST. This free, virtual event is open to all, though … Continue reading Dr. Kelly Dittmar Will Discuss “Gender and Intersectional Dynamics in Election 2020” on Nov. 16

Join CURE on Nov. 19 for “Chaos or Community? Urban Policy in the Biden Administration”

On Thursday, November 19, join the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) for a virtual seminar, “Chaos or Community? Urban Policy in the Biden Administration.” Panelists will include Dr. Algernon Austin, Senior Researcher at the Thurgood Marshall Institute, NAACP Legal Defense Fund; Dr. Sandra Newman, Professor of Policy Studies at the Johns Hopkins University, … Continue reading Join CURE on Nov. 19 for “Chaos or Community? Urban Policy in the Biden Administration”

CURE Seminar Series Continues Oct. 8

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continue its fall seminar series on Thursday, October 8, with a virtual webinar/discussion on “Attack on the Suburbs? AFFH Explained and Debated.”  The background on this topic is as follows: “The 1968 Fair Housing Act contained the notorious Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) provision to put an … Continue reading CURE Seminar Series Continues Oct. 8

CURE Seminar Series Begins Sept. 10

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will begin its fall seminar series on Thursday, September 10, with a virtual webinar/discussion on “Police, Policing, and Police Reform: Implications for the Future of our Cities.” This event is informed by the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent national and international outrage and protests, including … Continue reading CURE Seminar Series Begins Sept. 10

Join us on Mar. 12 for the Brown Bag Research Seminar

The Department of Public Policy and Administration‘s Brown Bag Series will continue its spring season on Thursday, March 12. Shourjya Deb, doctoral candidate in the Department of Public Policy and Administration, will present, “Inequality in Subjective Well-Being: Evidence from India.” This free event will take place at 12:30 p.m. in Armitage Hall’s Faculty Lounge. Guests are invited … Continue reading Join us on Mar. 12 for the Brown Bag Research Seminar

Alumna Dr. Ashley E. Nickels to Present at CURE Seminar on Feb. 21

The Center for Urban Research and Education’s (CURE) Seminar Series will begins its spring season on Friday, February 21, with a presentation by Dr. Ashley E. Nickels, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Kent State University, and a Rutgers–Camden alumna. Dr. Nickels will present, “Power, Participation, and Protest in Flint, Michigan: Unpacking the Policy Paradox of … Continue reading Alumna Dr. Ashley E. Nickels to Present at CURE Seminar on Feb. 21

The Brown Bag Series Continues Feb. 20 with a Presentation on Immigration Policy

The Department of Public Policy and Administration‘s Brown Bag Series will continue its spring season on Thursday, February 20. Tarr Carr-Lemke, doctoral student in the Department of Public Policy and Administration, will present, “Evaluating the Impact of Local Immigration Policy on Immigrant Micro Enterprise: A Research Design Proposal.”   This free event will take place at 12:30 p.m. … Continue reading The Brown Bag Series Continues Feb. 20 with a Presentation on Immigration Policy

Registration Open for the Annual Dr. Robert F. Bailey Memorial Lecture

Dr. James P. Pfiffner, University Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University, will present the annual Dr. Robert F. Bailey Memorial Lecture. Dr. Pfiffner will discuss, “President Trump and his effect on US Democracy and the Administrative State.” The event, which includes the lecture and a reception, will take place on Tuesday, February 25, … Continue reading Registration Open for the Annual Dr. Robert F. Bailey Memorial Lecture