The Heldrich Center for Workforce Development is recruiting a Director of Research and Evaluation who will also serve as a Research Professor in the Bloustein School.
The Heldrich Center co-sponsored a recent national conference on workforce development with the Federal Reserve System.
This forum focused on the economic and social consequences of insufficient broadband Internet access for low-income individuals and potential remedies at the state and community levels.
William M. Rodgers III, Ph.D. was recently quoted in a Washington Post article about how African Americans are the only racial group in the United States making less than they did in 2000.
More than 200 people gathered at the Victoria J. Mastrobuono Theater in New Brunswick, New Jersey for a discussion on re-skilling the mid-career workforce.