Sixteen graduate students participated in this Spring 2014 Studio, co-taught by Sara Malone and Duke Farm’s Michael Catania. Students developed a conceptual design for restoration of degraded wetlands in a working waterfront along the Raritan River on the Woodbridge/Edison townships line. The Red Root Creek Wetlands is held in private ownership by the Federal Business […]
EAC staff supervised a masters planning studio project that analyzed health impacts of a potential new bike share program planned for Rutgers and three surrounding communities. See summary and full report here: (http://bloustein.rutgers.edu/rutgers-university-bike-share/)bikeshare, health impacts, HIA, Lowrie, studio
The Transportation Management: Vulnerability, Risk and Security certificate is offered to Rutgers graduate students through the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. The fifteen-credit multi-disciplinary program takes a risk analysis approach to transportation policy, providing students with skills that will apply to future work sites and enrich their research in the field of transportation planning and management. […]certificate program, curriculum, Lowrie, risk, transportation, vulnerability
Dr. Karen Lowrie, in collaboration with Dr. Maria Pellerano, conducted a Fall 2015 graduate planning studio focused on the health impacts of a proposed park at the site of the Wolfson Parking Deck on Neilson Street in downtown New Brunswick. Access the studio final presentation, report and poster here. Contact Dr. Lowrie for more information.