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RAPPS seeks to encourage and facilitate open communication among students, faculty, staff and administration, to represent and advocate for the interests of planning and policy graduate students, and to promote and enact necessary improvements, so as to enhance the overall educational experience.
The Rutgers Association of Policy and Planning Students (RAPPS) is an advocacy group for students of the Public Policy Program and Urban Planning & Policy Development Program. We are a liason between students and the departments, the Bloustein School, and Rutgers University. We provide an organized voice for students and also a means of organizing for issues (including socializing) of student interest. In Spring 1999, urban planning students joined together with policy students to change the name and purpose of RAPPS to include Public Policy students. Thus, a new structure for RAPPS was created in Fall 1999.
President: Patrick Clark
VP Planning: Mike Thompson
VP Policy: Michelle Mayer
VP Ph.D: Suzy Jung
Secretary: Katelyn Hansen
Treasurer: Molly Coon
Social Chair: Jacob Labutka
Service Chair: Marlana Moore
Editor: Sarah Watson
GSA Rep: Rachana Shivaswamy
Social Justice Chair: Julene Paul
APA Rep: Whitney Miller
Senator: Aman Trehan
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Civic Square Building
33 Livingston Avenue, Suite 300
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1981
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