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CURE sponsors graduate student research on Calculating Affordable Housing Accountability

CURE is sponsoring MPA student Brian K. Everett to conduct the following study this Fall:

“This project will apply the previously announced rules for the construction of affordable housing units given by COAH to all of the 37 municipalities in Camden County. The goal is to show what Camden County’s affordable housing image should look like as of 2014 if the rules had been followed and enforced. My hypothesis is that Camden County should display a more distributed total of affordable units based upon COAH’s formulaic guidelines, rather than 75% of the County’s responsibility existing in Camden City alone.”  B.K. Everett

Join us for screening of “American Winter” — Friday, September 26, 2014

CURE and the Digital Studies Center cordially invite you to attend the Screening and Discussion of:

American Winter

Documentary feature film that follows the personal stories of families struggling in the aftermath of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Filmed over the course of one winter in one American city, the film presents an intimate snapshot of the state of the nation’s economy as it is playing out in millions of American families, and highlights the human consequences of the decline of the middle class and the fracturing of the American Dream.Directors: Harry GantzJoe Gantz


Discussant:  Joe Willard | Vice President, Policy
People’s Emergency Center | 325 N. 39th Street | Philadelphia, PA 19104

Friday, September 26, 2014 – 12:00pm – 2pm
Faculty Lounge, 3rd floor, Armitage Hall
Lunch will be provided


The event is free and open to the public.  No registration is required. 

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Contact Parking and Transportation for more information.
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(within the Rutgers University Police Department)
409 North Fourth Street
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CLASS OF 2016 JUNIORS – Are you interested in American politics and government?


 Application deadline is October 20, 2014

 Undergraduate Associates explore the practice and processes of American politics. This certificate program is open to junior undergraduate students from ALL Rutgers schools, departments and campuses. Associates learn about real-world politics and government from experienced practitioners.

Why apply?

- diverse summer/fall internship opportunities

- guest lecturers from the political world

- many networking opportunities

- small seminars with engaging discussions about politics and government

- highly selective program

- network of more than 1,600 Eagleton alumni

- opportunities to participate in special events and great food!

- job placement assistance

Students selected for the program will take a course at the Eagleton Institute during the second semester of their junior year and each semester of their senior year, as well as serve in an internship related to government or politics.

 Questions/more info?

Visit the Eagleton website at or contact Sarah Kozak at <> or (732) 932-9384 x244

CURE and Digital Studies Fall Film Series

Films of the City Poster

Dr. Deirdre Oakley’s “Drive-by” Photo Shoot of Camden

After Dr. Oakley’s successful CURE seminar on Friday, September 12th, CURE staff took her on a driving tour through Camden, NJ. Please visit Deirdre’s Social Shutter blog entry on the experience:

Dr. Richard Stansfield joins CURE as affiliated scholar!

Richard StansfieldRichard Stansfield, Ph.D. teaches courses on courts and the criminal justice system. Prior to Rutgers-Camden, Dr. Stansfield worked as Research Analyst for the State of Oregon and the Oregon State Hospital, where he was involved in risk assessment research. He continues to conduct risk assessment research with domestic violence offenders. In addition to violence, his research interests focus on youth development, urban disadvantage, race, ethnicity, and immigration. Born and raised in the United Kingdom, his research on urban disadvantages and crime also incorporates cross-national perspectives, with a particular interest in violence in England and Scotland. His work on these topics has been published in a variety of journals including Justice Quarterly, Criminal Justice & Behavior, and Crime & Delinquency.