Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies
Established in July 2000, the Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies is an integral part of the Rutgers-Newark campus that brings together faculty, staff and students from Rutgers-Newark and allied institutions of higher education. The center provides a distinctive environment in which to promote research and interchange among scholars of urban and metropolitan life, government leaders, businesses, community-based organizations, and private citizens. The center is named after the late Joseph C. Cornwall, the founding chair of The Fund for New Jersey and a widely respected civic leader.
Assistant Professor, School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA)