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Congratulations to the Class of 2019 Eagleton Undergraduate Associates! Eagleton faculty & staff wish you success in all your future endeavors. Interested in becoming an Eagleton Undergraduate Associate? Click here to learn more.
Follow @RU_EagletonInstitute on Instagram to stay up-to-date on all things Eagleton. Click here to check out Eagleton’s recent Instagram story takeover by an Eagleton Graduate Fellow and Mason Gross MFA student, Valerie Suter. Valerie shared her experience at a New York City art show where two of her portraits of women who ran for president were on display.
NEW Leadership® is a national nonpartisan program designed to educate college women about politics and to encourage them to become effective public leaders. Eagleton's Center for American Women and Politics will host their flagship NEW Leadership® conference in New Jersey from June 6th-11th.
Students from all three Rutgers campus locations and from a variety of majors received the 2019 Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award. Stay tuned for more details about their Washington, D.C. internship experiences this summer. Click here to learn about how you can apply for the $5,000 award.
Center for American Women and Politics scholars Kelly Dittmar, Kira Sanbonmatsu, and Susan J. Carroll draw on interviews with over three-quarters of the women in the 114th Congress in their new book, A Seat at the Table. They analyze the perspectives of the congresswomen as the they seek to make a meaningful difference in elected office.


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We're Hiring!

This position organizes, administers, and coordinates all aspects of events for the Eagleton Institute of Politics. This includes management of the Institute’s high profile public lecture series as well as a variety of events and special projects for various Institute centers and program areas. All applications must be submitted via

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Need to Conduct a Survey?

The Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling (ECPIP) conducts survey research for all levels of government and nonprofit organizations with a public interest mission, as well as college and university-based researchers and staff. If your organization needs a survey, focus group, data analysis or customized report, contact ECPIP.

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CAWP Tracks Record Breaking Year

Eagleton's Center for American Women and Politics is tracking women candidates in all 50 states and offers analysis for understanding the numbers. Follow @CAWP_RU for the latest news and numbers.

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Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Recent Releases

One in Four Households Have A Member Who Has Taken Prescription Pain Relievers in Past Year, Virtually All Residents Believe Opioid Usage Is A Problem in New Jersey

Little Evidence of a Digital Divide in New Jersey, Democrats More Opinionated Online

80 Percent of New Jerseyans are Happy

Eight in 10 New Jerseyans Know Someone Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Yet Less Than Half Have Regular Interaction with Individuals Who Have Autism

Many New Jerseyans Fear Being Shot, But Don’t See Gun Violence as Big Problem in Their Local Community
New Jerseyans Concerned But Lack Knowledge About Climate Change
Most New Jerseyans Have Considered but Not Planned for End-of-Life-Wishes

New Jerseyans Feel Overtaxed, Dissatisfied With State Handling Of Financial Issues

Joint Rutgers-Eagleton/FDU Poll: Political Leaders Not Really Doing It For Garden Staters

Joint Rutgers-Eagleton/FDU Poll: New Jerseyans Support Millionaires Tax; Gov. Murphy Garners Lackluster Ratings Entering Second Year In Office

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