Bryan Morton

Rutgers-Camden Urban Studies and MPA graduate Bryan Morton was featured in this edition of National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered.”  Bryan talks about his work bringing little league baseball back to North Camden youth.

Spencer T. Clayton

Ph.D. student Spencer T. Clayton has been awarded a highly competitive Eagleton Fellowship for the 2013-2014 academic year. The fellowship program is offered by the Eagleton Institute for Politics at Rutgers University and links select graduate students to internships in government and the nonprofit sector where they complement their studies with “real-life” practical experience in government and politics.

Andrea Walls

Poet, writer and Urban Studies major Andrea Walls discussed her work at an event hosted by Wooden Shoe Books at 704 South Street in Philadelphia as part of a panel of writers, including Cynthia Dewi Oka, Marissa Johnson-Valenzuela, Sham-E-Ali Nayeem and Nico Amador, convened by Thread Makes Blanket Press.  The was titled event, “Small Fires: On Writing, Power … Continue reading Andrea Walls

John Froonjian

MPA student John Froonjian is lead author on an article titled, “Reaching the Hard to Reach: Drawing Lessons from Research and Practice,” (co-authored with emeritus Professor of Public Administration, Dr. Jim Garnett) to be published in the next issue of the peer-reviewed journal, International Journal of Public Administration.  This research started out as a Rutgers Special Problems in Public Administration course project.  We … Continue reading John Froonjian

Alyssa Yackle and Beatrix Jackson

Alyssa Yackle and Beatrix Jackson, together with Ailec Vega, M.S., co-authored a new report, Bridge of Knowledge – Linking Intergenerational Exchange and Mental Stimulation: A Community Pilot Project for the Elderly in Old Havana Cuba.  The research for the report was coordinated under the auspices of the Rutgers-Camden Community Leadership Center and the leadership of Center Director, Dr. … Continue reading Alyssa Yackle and Beatrix Jackson

Ashley Nickels

Public Affairs Ph.D. candidate Ashley Nickels was interviewed about her research at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association for Public Policy and Management held in Baltimore, Maryland.