PASA’s Dine and Discover

I’m the guest speaker at next Tuesday’s Public Administration Student Association’s Dine and Discover (4:30 pm). My talk is titled: Access, Rigor and Field Work: Conversations Qualitative Researchers Have Over Drinks More importantly, they’ve assured me that it’s an open event, and they’ll be serving dinner. Drop a note in the comments or shoot me an … Read more of PASA’s Dine and Discover

Turning Around a Story (and NIMBYism)

Inky beat reporter Julia Terruso’s (@juliaterruso) excellent article on police and overtime at the waterfront has been making the rounds. Julia focuses, in part, on evasion of public record requests and effects on the police budget. Our own PhD Candidate, Christopher Wheeler, picked up some of the chatter on social media about inappropriate use of police … Read more of Turning Around a Story (and NIMBYism)

Camden Chatter: Waterfront Overtime

“Camden Chatter” is a series of blog posts by Rutgers-Camden PhD Candidate Christopher Wheeler on the “chatter” on social media about Camden. Here are his thoughts on the past week’s top stories (Editor’s note: I’ll be sharing and writing about a neighborhood perspective on this later in the week that shows the negative impacts such … Read more of Camden Chatter: Waterfront Overtime