Skin of Color Is Underrepresented on Instagram: Assessing South Jersey Skin Talk as an Educational Tool to Increase Awareness
A recent peer-reviewed article from Cureus, a Journal of Medical Science, cited a blog written by NJSPL research assistant Amanda Hinton in which she discussed results from an NJSPL and Eagleton Institute poll.
Cycling during and after COVID: Has there been a boom in activity?
NJSPL Research Affiliates Robert Noland, Hannah Younes, Leigh Ann Von Hagen, and James Sinclair published a new article analyzing the cycling behavior of over 2,400 New Jersey residents before, during, and after the pandemic.
NJIT Researchers Launch Project to Improve Energy and Climate Justice in New Jersey
The New Jersey State Policy Lab is partnering with Yao Sun and NJIT in an upcoming research project which will help New Jersey's lower-income homeowners take advantage of the state's clean energy programs.
The U.S. Supreme Court, regulation and the ‘deep state’ | Opinion
NJSPL Policy Fellows Linda Stamato and Sandy Jaffe co-authored a new op-ed on NJ.com in which they discuss recent Supreme Court decisions diminishing the regulatory authority of federal agencies and the risk this poses to the infrastructure of government.
New Jersey residents initiate their own reparations discussion after state bill fails
R/ECON Project Manager and NJSPL Postdoctoral Research Fellow Maia de la Calle's report on racial and ethnic disparities in poverty rates in New Jersey was cited in a new article from The Gothamist discussing upcoming public hearings being convened by the New Jersey Reparations Council.
Two Years After Hurricane Ida, Complication and Frustration Plague Recovery Programs
NJSPL Research Affiliates Garin Bulger and Kathyrn Balitsos' report examining flood buyback programs was referenced in a new article by The Good Men Project discussing families' struggling to recover after flood damage from Hurricane Ida.
Opinion: Climate Change And The Insurance Industry
NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato discusses the impact of increasingly severe weather disasters due to climate change and the insurance industry's growing response in her latest op-ed in the New Jersey Globe.