Science for the Common Good

Applications are open for the Eagleton Science and Politics Fellowship.

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Eagleton Highlights

Interdisciplinary Fellowship for Graduate Students

Applications are open for the 2024-2025 cohort of the Eagleton Graduate Fellowship Program, a one-year interdisciplinary certificate program open to Rutgers graduate students from all schools and campus locations who are interested in American politics, government, policy and advocacy.

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As part of the Institute's Louis J. Gambaccini Civic Engagement Series, New York Times Staff Writer Jane Coaston will explore the role political psychology plays in choosing a candidate and voting. The conversation will be moderated by Dr. Yalidy Matos, Associate Professor of Political Science at Rutgers–New Brunswick.

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Ruth B. Mandel Dissertation Research Awards

The Center for American Women and Politics is accepting applications for the Ruth B. Mandel Dissertation Research Awards. These awards – established in honor of former Eagleton director Ruth B. Mandel support dissertation research on women, gender, and U.S. politics.

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