Masculine stereotypes of the presidency persist, but women’s voices broke through in 2016, according to the final Presidential Gender Watch report.
Colin Sheehan, a political science major at Rutgers-Camden, is fast becoming an invaluable contributor to the Gender Watch 2016 project, which monitors and shares news focusing on gender issues and news that has a gender bias in the way it is writ
The Presidential Gender Watch 2016 nonpartisan project tracks, analyzes and sheds light on gender dynamics in the election season.
Another lecture by former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell will mark the occasion.
The Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers' Eagleton Institute of Politics will track women candidates in 2016 elections, from state legislatures to the White House.
Eagleton Institute of Politics' Center for American Women and Politics offers its annual training for women contemplating a run for political office.
Debbie Walsh, director of Rutgers' Center for American Women and Politics, will engage U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi is a wide-ranging conversation on March 24.