William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy

Publications and Presentations

The Hughes Center Research Reception (2015). Presentation.

Froonjian, John and Daniel Rockefeller (2015). New Jersey State Legislature: A Demographic Profile. September.

Greer, Darryl G. and Daniel J. Douglas (2015). Grant Report to The ETS Center for Advocacy and Philanthropy ETS. July.

Sloane, Kelly E. (2015). Economic Indicators and Quality of Life in Southern New Jersey. May.

Wharton, Linda and James Avery (2015). Understanding the United States Constitution and the Supreme Court: A Survey of New Jerseyans. April.

Darryl G. and Mico Lucide (2015)  
Why College Report Cards Are Flawed on College Value, .July.

Greer, Darryl G. (2014). Finding Solutions, Building Public Trust in an Era of Change. November.

Froonjian, John (2013). 
Voters Who Abstain: Ballot Rolloff in a New Jersey Legislative Election. August.

Rodriguez, Michael and Jennie Zink (2013).
Biographical Profiles, Political Ambition, and Legislative Professionalization. August.

Rodriguez, Michael (2013).
Structures of Meaning in Experiential Learning: A Content Analysis of Internship Portfolios. February.

Carr, David (2012). Public Authorities in Governing New Jersey. April.

Rodriguez, Michael (2012). Immigration Policy: Understanding the Impact of a Changing Policy Environment on Local Business. April.

Rivera, Jason D. and Janet M. Wagner  (2010).  Executive Prerogative: The Use of Executive Orders in New Jersey. Poster Version

Schulman, Sharon and Jason Rivera (2009). Survey of Residents & Visitors in Four Communities Along the Southern New Jersey Shore. Report submitted to Fishermen's Energy, LLC by William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. August 3. Survey Instrument    Power Point Presentation

Rivera, Jason D., Sharon E. Schulman, and James Avery (2009). 
Public Views on Energy Policy: Results from a Southern New Jersey Deliberative Poll(R)

Schulman, Sharon and Jason D. Rivera (2008). 
Promoting Civility in Political Campaigns: Will Campaigners Ever Leave the "Gloves" On? 
Schulman, Sharon and James McCullough (2008). "
Can Campaigners Ever Leave the Gloves On?New Jersey Municipalities. 85(7). Reference List.