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The Barriers We Build To Quality Schools: An Optimization Study of Zoning and School Inequality, Olivia Cao, UG '24 (1DA5FB37)

Despite the recognized importance of education, quality education is not accessible to everyone in the United States due to barriers created by housing, which are maintained by practices such as…

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The Matthew Effect: How the Election Process Discourages Working-Class Representation, Colton Simmons, UG '24 (ED8F2324)

Working-class Americans are vastly underrepresented in legislative institutions. Indeed, elected officials in the United States are wealthier, more educated, and overwhelmingly come from more…

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NJ AI Summit - Compute and Data Resources for AI

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NJ AI Summit - AI for Finance

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Humanistic Design Speaker Series: "Libraries as Design Ecology"

In an age when public institutions are under threat, what might we learn about them, and what forms of resistance might we cultivate, by recognizing them as design ecologies that embody and affect…

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Jack Thompson '23 (in Brazil) Open House 2024

This video was not presented in open house but was prepared for that event

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RMMarch2024

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20240111_Events101_Transportation-Parking

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Are Direct-to-Consumer Farms More Sustainable

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05December2023_AAERG_Human_Rights

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Kevon Rhiney

Kevon Rhiney holds a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of the West Indies (Jamaica). He is currently an Associate Professor of Human-Environment Geography at Rutgers University – New…

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REES Workshop - Panel 2 (11.03.23)

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CITP Seminar: Dan Calacci – Why Data Rights Should be Labor Rights: Data Protection and AI Regulation for Gig Workers and Beyond

Workers everywhere are more surveilled, managed, and quantified by technology than ever before, harming people’s health, safety, and dignity at work. Gig workers like Uber and Lyft drivers…

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