The objective of this report was to better understand how the emergency food system works during a crisis. The research sought to identify networks and points of strength as well as areas to be strengthened to improve resiliency during an emergency.
Elana Simon joins Rutgers CLiME
Congratulations to former RWV Center research association, Elana Simon, on her new position! Elana is an urban planner, data scientist, and writer joining CLiME as a Senior Research Fellow. Elana serves as an embedded data analyst with the City of Newark’s Department...
Bob Lake publishes article in Economy and Space
Bob Lake published a new article in Economy and Space on land value. The article asks the question: "what is value and how does it attain its coercive power over urban life?" Citation: Lake, Robert. 2023. "Value Magic." EPA: Economy and Space. DOI:...
Mi Shih publishes article in Economy and Space
Professor Mi Shih with Ying-Hui Chiang latest paper in Economy and Space examines the co-constitutive relationship between density techniques, their depoliticization effects, and heightened land commodification in Taiwan's acceleration to a real estate–oriented...
Nadia Mian publishes article in Shelterforce on the Black Church and Property Development
Nadia Mian published an article on the Black Church and property development in Shelterforce. The article looks at how Black congregations are building affordable housing on their property to soften the impact that gentrification and displacement have on low-income...
Congratulations to Aretousa Bloom on her position as Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London
The RWV Center is excited to celebrate Aretousa Bloom's (Bloustein PhD '19) new position as Lecturer in Economic Geography (Teaching & Scholarship) at the School of Geography, Queen Mary University of London.
Congratulations to Lily Chang on her position as Staff Assistant/Press Assistant for Rep. John Sarbanes
Congratulations to Lily Chang, Voorhees Fellow ’20, who is a Staff Assistant/Press Assistant for Representative John Sarbanes of Maryland's 3rd District. She previously was a Running Start Congressional Fellow interning for Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ12).
Applications for New RWV Public Service Fellowships
The Ralph W. Voorhees Public Service Fellowship awards up to five (5) fellowships of $5,000 each annually and is open to undergraduate students from any major in any school at Rutgers NB. Fellows work on a civically engaged applied research project in the Fall...
NJSOARH Research Presented at Monarch Housing Conference
Eric Seymour and Kathe Newman presented their work on New Jersey’s affordable rental housing at Monarch Housing's Housing as a Human Right conference in October 2022.
Nadia Mian Presents at the Future of Church Property Conference
Nadia Mian presented research on faith-based affordable housing at the Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate’s Future of Church Property Conference at the University of Notre Dame in November 2022. She talked about the different ways in which houses of worship across...
Eric Seymour Presents at the National League of Cities
Eric Seymour spoke at the National League of Cities (NLC) in November 2022 on a panel entitled, "Corporate Buyout of Housing: How It’s Affecting Your City and What You Can Do.” Professor Seymour spoke about differences between the types of corporate investors in...
RWV Center staff and faculty affiliates presented their research at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference (ACSP) in Toronto on November 3-5, 2022. Read our newsletter to learn more.