At Rutgers University–Newark, experts are available to comment on this pivotal race and the implications for Newark residents once a new mayor begins implementing his agenda.
ISSUES: URBAN POLITICAL TRANSITIONS, URBAN POLICIES, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND FINANCE
Expert: Roland V. Anglin, Ph.D.
Associate Research Professor, School of Public Affairs and Administration
Director, The Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies
Contact: (office) 973-353-1750 x1752 (e-mail) email@example.com
Roland V. Anglin has spent his career promoting economic and community development in and for marginalized communities. He can discuss issues that impact urban and community economic development practices, leadership issues and concerns, urban policies/programs potentially affected by the election, upward mobility for persons of color, poverty, neighborhood security, and African Americans in politics.
ISSUES: NEWARK HISTORY, PEOPLE, AND POLITICS; ARTS AND CULTURE; RACE AND ETHNICITY; AND AMERICAN RACE RELATIONS
Expert: Clement A. Price, Ph.D.
City Historian, City of Newark
Rutgers Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of History
Director, Rutgers Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience
Contact: (office) 973-353-5414 (e-mail) firstname.lastname@example.org
Clement A. Price was recently named Newark’s official city historian. He is widely cited in national and international publications for his vast knowledge of Newark and its history. Price can comment on all aspects of the city’s history, politics, and contemporary life.
ISSUES: URBAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND URBAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Expert: Jeffrey A. Robinson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick
Academic Director, The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development, Rutgers University
Director, New Jersey Social Innovation Institute
Contact: (office) 848-445-5643 (e-mail) email@example.com
Jeffrey A. Robinson’s research describes how business practices and entrepreneurship can be used to impact societal issues. He can discuss relevant policies and programs related to urban economic development and urban entrepreneurship.
Media Contact: Jade McClain, 973-353-5262