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Eagleton hosted a post-election virtual panel analyzing the results and implications of this year’s New Jersey primary elections. Watch the video to learn more. Topics covered during the discussion include: vote-by-mail, voter suppression, and voting during COVID-19.Read More
CAWP Women Elected Officials Database
Eagleton's Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) launched a first-of-its-kind public online tool for exploring and analyzing women's current and historical representation in the U.S. political system.Read More
The Washington Post referenced CAWP data in a recent article about women's reprsentation in elected office.
The Hill: History will judge America by how well we truly make Black lives matter
The Hill published an op-ed written by Eagleton director, John J. Farmer, Jr. "Because of the hypocrisy present at our nation’s founding, history will judge the success of the American experiment in self-governance by how well it extends the principles of its founding to those who were excluded, by how successfully the nation acts upon the principle that Black lives matter," wrote Farmer.
Black Lives Matter: In Support and Self-Reflection
A collective message from members of the Eagleton Institute faculty and staff.
A Celebration of the Life of Ruth B. Mandel
In May, the Eagleton community came together for a virtual memorial and celebration of the life and legacy of Ruth B. Mandel. Watch the video to learn about Mandel's lifie and dinstinguished leadership.
Curricular Education Programs
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Graduate Fellowship Program in Politics and Government
An interdisciplinary certificate program open to graduate students in all Rutgers schools and disciplines who would like to further an interest in American politics and government.
CAWP is the leading source of research and data about American women’s political participation and works to enhance women’s influence and leadership in public life. Its education and outreach programs translate research findings into action, addressing women’s under-representation in political leadership with programs serving a variety of audiences.
The Eagleton Center on the American Governor seeks to promote research and discussion on the varied roles, powers, and legacies of governors in the United States in order to inform present and future state executive leadership and enhance historical knowledge and perspective.
Home of the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, ECPIP is the oldest university-based statewide survey research center in the United States. The Center conducts scientifically rigorous and cutting edge survey research for public consumption, all levels of government, nonprofit organizations, and university faculty and staff.
CYPP advances the political learning of young people and equips them to be active citizens and leaders. The Center celebrates and supports the political learning of high school and college students and civic action among young adults – including those holding and running for office.
Eagleton Science and Politics Initiative
The Eagleton Science and Politics Initiative explores: how science, technology, and American politics intersect; the political systems that connect them; and how deeper understanding and clearer communication within and across these disciplines can benefit policymakers, scientists, and the larger public.
The Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience engages in education and public service focused on protecting vulnerable communities. The Eagleton affiliated center, identifies and disseminates best practices, offers training workshops, consults on security and civil liberties, and undertakes research.
The Eagleton Institute of Politics focuses attention on the structures, powers, and processes of the 50 state governments. The Institute recognizes that actions by these varying legislative and executive bodies have enormous direct impact and often serve as laboratories of American democracy.
Eagleton Program on Immigration and Democracy
The Eagleton Program on Immigration and Democracy leverages the resources of New Jersey’s flagship public research university to explore the challenges and opportunities stemming from significant levels of immigration—across the state, the region, the nation, and the world.
Albert W. Lewitt Endowed Lecture
This annual lecture is delivered by a current or former Member of Congress, a congressional staffer, or an expert on Congress. The series was established in memory of Albert W. Lewitt who worked on Capitol Hill in the 1940s.
Louis J. Gambaccini Civic Engagement Series: Toward Better Citizenship
The Gambaccini Civic Engagement Series was established to honor Lou Gambaccini’s legacy in public service and his lifelong dedication to upholding the highest standards of civic responsibility.
Senator Wynona Lipman Chair in Women's Political Leadership
The Lipman Chair was created to honor the legacy of NJ State Senator Wynona Lipman, the first African American woman in the NJ legislature. It is intended to celebrate Senator Lipman, remind people of her achievements, and encourage others to follow in the footsteps of this path-breaking leader.
Arthur J. Holland Program on Ethics in Government
The Arthur J. Holland Program on Ethics in Government honors the distinguished Rutgers alumnus and long-time Mayor of Trenton. The program seeks to promote transparency and honesty in public affairs and to improve public policy and government practices by replacing cynicism and apathy with awareness.
The Clifford P. Case Professorship of Public Affairs honors Senator Case by bringing prominent and respected public servants to meet with students and deliver public remarks at Rutgers.