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A study by Rutgers-Newark says families need to know about new financial aid programs and applying through FAFSA

2023-02-02T13:28:02-05:00

Dr. Robyn Ince, Executive Director of the Newark City of Learning Collaborative and Research Affiliate of the NJSPL, was interviewed on WBGO 88.3FM regarding the recent case study her team published, in which they interviewed various individuals from Newark to better understand their awareness regarding certain college financial aid programs.

A study by Rutgers-Newark says families need to know about new financial aid programs and applying through FAFSA2023-02-02T13:28:02-05:00

How Newark Sees College Aid

2023-01-30T11:30:33-05:00

Inside Higher Ed featured an article about a recent report from the New Jersey State Policy Lab in collaboration with the Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies and the Newark City of Learning Collaborative, which interviewed families about their perception and understanding of Community College Opportunity Grant (CCOG) and Garden State Guarantee (GSG) financial aid programs.

How Newark Sees College Aid2023-01-30T11:30:33-05:00

Academic: Social media needs rules

2023-01-25T10:16:04-05:00

In a recent opinion piece on NJ.com, Linda Stamato, co-founder of the Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, makes a case for why social media platforms should be regulated by the government to combat the spread of misinformation and hate speech.

Academic: Social media needs rules2023-01-25T10:16:04-05:00

How much you should tip in restaurants, cabs and hotels around the world in maps

2023-01-05T14:53:49-05:00

A recent blog written by Dr. Michael Lahr, Director of R/ECON and an NJSPL Research Affiliate, was cited in a Daily Mail article discussing how much people should expect to tip restaurant, hotel, and transportation staff depending on the country they are visiting.

How much you should tip in restaurants, cabs and hotels around the world in maps2023-01-05T14:53:49-05:00

A good government wish list for the omnibus

2023-01-04T13:57:03-05:00

As we approach the new year, Congress is attempting to pass a final budget bill before the newly elected officials take over in January. Dr. Stuart Shapiro provides insight on which bill additions will be best for the government in his latest op-ed in The Hill.

A good government wish list for the omnibus2023-01-04T13:57:03-05:00

Smart OCR – Advancing the Use of Artificial Intelligence with Open Data

2022-12-16T14:24:20-05:00

A recent NJSPL blog authored by Parth Jain, Abhinay Mannepalli, Raj Parikh, and Jim Samuel, "Smart OCR – Advancing the Use of Artificial Intelligence with Open Data" was shared in The Living Library.

Smart OCR – Advancing the Use of Artificial Intelligence with Open Data2022-12-16T14:24:20-05:00

Government Transparency: State of the Art and New Perspectives

2022-12-16T14:37:19-05:00

New Jersey State Policy Lab Co-Principal Investigator Gregory Porumbescu, along with Albert Meijer and Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen, co-authored a new book, Government Transparency: State of the Art and New Perspectives, which was published in the Cambridge University Press.

Government Transparency: State of the Art and New Perspectives2022-12-16T14:37:19-05:00

A perspective on quantifying resilience: Combining community and infrastructure capitals

2023-01-04T13:58:37-05:00

A new report was published in Science of the Total Environment, authored by Firas Gerges, Rayan H. Assad, Hani Nassif, Elie Bou-Zeid, & Michel C. Boufadel, which examined different community resilience approaches to climate change.

A perspective on quantifying resilience: Combining community and infrastructure capitals2023-01-04T13:58:37-05:00

After midterms, the return of the ‘pen and phone’

2022-11-18T08:16:48-05:00

In Dr. Stuart Shapiro's latest op ed, he explains the shift the Biden Administration will need to take now that the midterm elections have been decided and it will be more difficult to pass significant legislation through Congress with a GOP-controlled House of Representatives.

After midterms, the return of the ‘pen and phone’2022-11-18T08:16:48-05:00
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