Rutgers’ Eagleton Fellowship Program gives graduate students a chance to combine politics with their chosen field of study.
With Election Day approaching, Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics has posted helpful information for New Jersey voters on its website.
Former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell will discuss, “What Are Our Choices in a Complex, Changing World?”as the 2015 Clifford P. Case Professor of Public Affairs at Rutgers.
Another lecture by former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell will mark the occasion.
Eagleton Institute of Politics' Center for American Women and Politics offers its annual training for women contemplating a run for political office.
A new book by Rutgers political scientist Kelly Dittmar examines the intersection of gender and politics.
Inspired by his mother, the first Hispanic alderwoman in Dover, New Jersey, Michael Arroyo, a student at Rutgers School of Law-Newark and police officer in Morris County, follows her into a life of public service.
Chris Wheeler, a Ph.D. student in public affairs at Rutgers University–Camden, is gaining an invaluable, experiential education as a 2015 Eagleton Alumni Fellow.
Rutgers-Eagleton poll finds less than half of respondents support consolidating their municipal government with that of a neighboring community,
Eagleton Institute's panel of longtime political observers and participants will discuss Election Day implications.
Three former governors will describe the media's impact on their administrations.
Cory Booker's lead over Steve Lonegan appears nearly insurmountable, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.