Framing Policy for Technology Integration in Offshore Wind
Advisor: Dr. Josh Kohut
Khalid Mujahidden is a nontraditional senior majoring in Criminology at Rutgers-Newark. He co-facilitates at Newark's Housing Authority Training Recreation and Education Center. He serves as an Assist at the Human Action lab. His interest includes Renewable Energy for a Clean Earth. The trajectory of Khalid's professional career is that he is in an Accelerated Master's program (B.A./M.A.) at Rutgers University-Newark, and in his community in Jersey City, N.J., he is a paralegal assisting community members with understanding how the criminal justice system works, how to seek redress, what resources are available to them and how to secure those resources. He is a fellow at Braven Accelerator at Rutgers- Newark; a fellow at From Prison Cells 2 Ph.D's, and serves as a Mellow Fellow at New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prison Program sponsored by Rutgers University- Newark, Camden and New Brunswick (NJ-Step Program). His research projects transfer from criminal justice to environmentally renewable energies.