The NJBankers 2015-16 Economic Survey and Economic Impact Assessment will be presented at Rutgers' Blousein School Friday, Feb. 5.
Robert Curvin gained recognition as a civil rights leader and expert on urban politics, economic development and social policy.
R/ECON will provide short- and long-range looks at New Jersey's economy as well as discuss current and future housing market conditions.
The closing of Atlantic City casinos will cost New Jersey 11,000 direct jobs this year.
Rutgers' Hal Salzman believes U.S. education produces sufficient numbers of science, technology, engineering and mathematics graduates.
NJPothole aims to help motorists avoid expensive auto repairs.
Students and faculty will now come face to face with a vertical garden that is its own sustainable ecosystem when they enter the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. Take a look.
Report finds that by June 2013, nine states had regained all private-sector jobs lost during the last recession.
The annual gathering of biking and walking advocates features national experts and more than 20 panels and demonstrations.