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Eagleton Welcomes Center for Youth Political Participation

Center for Youth Political Participation launch

(pictured left to right): Eagleton Institute Director Ruth B. Mandel, Rutgers University – New Brunswick Vice President for Academic Affairs & Administration Karen Stubaus, Rutgers University – New Brunswick Chancellor Richard L. Edwards, and Center for Youth Political Participation Director Elizabeth C. Matto celebrated the launch of the new center at Eagleton.

The Eagleton Institute of Politics and Rutgers University announced the launch of the Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP). The new Center will offer initiatives focused on young people's political learning and engagement.
Read more here.

Eagleton in pictures...

Tracey Meares, Walton Hale Hamilton Professor and director of the Justice Collaboratory at Yale Law School, spoke about "Policing and Its Reform in the 21st Century: Creating a New Narrative of Public Security" as Eagleton observed Constitution Day 2016.
Professor Cliff Zukin spoke during "Pollsters on Politics: A Conversation About the 2016 Race for President and the State of Public Opinion Research," an all-star panel of pollsters moderated by Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling interim director Ashley Koning and including Natalie Jackson, Scott Keeter, and Joe Lenski.
CBS Face the Nation host John Dickerson set the 2016 election in historical context, drawing on his book,  Whistlestop: My Favorite Stories from Presidential Campaign History
Republican strategist Mike DuHaime and Democratic strategist Maggie Moran, who co-teach political campaigning at Eagleton, displayed bipartisan comity during "Revolutions Have Consequences: The Meanings of the 2016 Elections," part of A Day of Revolutionary Thinking marking Rutgers University's 250th anniversary.
RU Voting™ students paused outside Eagleton during their fall campus voter registration efforts.
Eagleton Undergraduate Associates paid a visit to the RevolUtionary Monument, a symbol of Rutgers University's 250th anniversary, displayed outside Eagleton during October 2016.
Former NJ Governor Christine Todd Whitman led a discussion about climate politics during the fall Eagleton Science and Politics Workshop.


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