60th Anniversary Public Events
Building on the Institute’s 60-year record of educating involved citizens and effective political leaders, the theme for our anniversary year is Make It Better – a call to action for the Institute and our community to better understand how the U.S. political system works, how it changes, and how we can Make It Better.
Register now for our anniversary public programs and join us as we continue to learn and strive to Make It Better.
|12/2/15-||60th Anniversary Eagleton Institute Alumni Panel: Careers in Politics|
|12/4/15-||Eagleton Science and Politics Workshop: Advocating for Science - How to Inform and Persuade Politicians|
|2/25/16-||Make It Better: What Corruption Means and What We Can Do About It with Zephyr Teachout|
|4/11/16-||U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor|
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60th Anniversary Eagleton Institute Alumni Panel:
Panel discussion featuring:
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Please note: This event will not be open to press.
Advocating for Science - How to Inform and Persuade Politicians
|9:00 AM - Keynote Speaker: The Honorable Rush D. Holt
U.S. Representative for NJ's 12 Congressional District (1999-2015)
Chief Executive Officer, American Association for the Advancement of Science
10:30 AM - Training Session: Working with Congress: A Guide for Scientists
Led by Joanne Padrón Carney
Director, Office of Government Relations
American Association for the Advancement of Science
12:00 PM - Networking Lunch
Friday, December 4, 2015
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Eagleton Institute of Politics
191 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, NJ
Open to current Rutgers graduate students,
postdoctoral fellows, and faculty only
General admission FREE - RSVP required
This event has reached capacity.
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The 2015-2016 Eagleton Science and Politics Workshop is offered in collaboration
with the following partners (list in formation):
Brain Health Institute; Departments of Neuroscience & Cell Biology and Pediatrics, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; Division of Life Sciences; Graduate School-New Brunswick; Office for the Promotion of Women in Science, Engineering & Mathematics (SciWomen); Rutgers Interdisciplinary Job Opportunities for Biomedical Scientists (iJOBS) program, which is funded by a Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training grant from the NIH.
The Arthur J. Holland Program on Ethics in Government presents
Make It Better: What Corruption Means and
Thursday, February 25, 2016
Books will be available for purchase and signing
The Louis J. Gambaccini Civic Engagement Series presents
Monday, April 11, 2016
Copies of My Beloved World will be available for purchase and signing
Registration opens in 2016
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If you have questions, please contact Randi Chmielewski at (848) 932-8455 or email email@example.com