About the chapter
New Jersey-Philadelphia SSN is comprised of members from a number of universities in the Garden State and the Philadelphia area. Our chapter members contribute meaningful policy research on a variety of topics, including education, economic and racial inequality, criminal justice, social welfare, immigration, and health care. This chapter was founded in 2014.
- Law & Courts
Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Addressing Educational Inequities in Pennsylvania
Basic Facts Brief,
Why High School Students Should Learn about Social Entrepreneurship
Key Findings Brief,
Latest in the News
"Why Bella Went Home (and Why Lexie Didn’t): Intergenerational Authority, Entitlement, and Obligation Through the Lens of COVID-19," Elena van Stee, The Society Pages, May 9, 2023.
"Readying Students for the AI Revolution," Molly Vollman Makris (with ), Opinion, Inside Higher Ed, April 27, 2023.
"For ‘Happiness-Oriented Parents,’ It’s Not All About the Academics," Molly Vollman Makris (with ), Analysis, The74, April 3, 2023.
"Don’t Believe ChatGPT Has Revolutionary Potential For College Students? Here’s the Proof," Audrey Fisch, Opinion, Squarespace, February 19, 2023.
"Big Oil’s Trade Group Allies Outspent Clean Energy Groups by a Whopping 27x, With Billions in Ads and Lobbying To Keep Fossil Fuels Flowing," Robert J. Brulle (with ), The Conversation, February 13, 2023.
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