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The Roosevelt Institute at NYU is part of the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network, the largest student-run policy organization in the United States. Our chapter attracts diverse members from eight undergraduate schools in order to write public policy for possible publication in national journals, participate in policy-writing and leadership workshops, create student-led local activism projects, and engage in thoughtful political discussions in an open-minded and comfortable setting. In addition, due to our remarkable location in one of the most important cities in the world, our chapter also has the opportunity to work with other local Roosevelt chapters, such as Columbia, CCNY, and Hunter College, as well as with staff members at the National Office of the Roosevelt Institute.

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The Roosevelt Institute at NYU is part of the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network, the largest student-run policy organization in the United States. Our chapter attracts diverse members from eight undergraduate schools in order to write public policy for possible publication in national journals, participate in policy-writing and leadership workshops, create student-led local activism projects, and engage in thoughtful political discussions in an open-minded and comfortable setting. In addition, due to our remarkable location in one of the most important cities in the world, our chapter also has the opportunity to work with other local Roosevelt chapters, such as Columbia, CCNY, and Hunter College, as well as with staff members at the National Office of the Roosevelt Institute.

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Political Groups

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Mission Statement

A New York University chapter of the Roosevelt Institute will seek to develop a forum to put forth progressive policy initiatives. This student-run think tank is emerging as interesting and well-respected organization on the political forefront. Moreover, the Roosevelt Institution aims to take a depoliticized generation and have them engage in the political process by proposing policy and giving them a medium to publish their ideas in. As the role of long-term policy making has been outsourced to non-for-profit think tanks, it has also presented an opportunity for colleges and other institutions to organize their own policy initiatives.

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8:30 PM, Thursday, Kimmel 704

Every Tuesday at 7:00pm

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Address

60 Washington Square South, New York NY 10012

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Focus

Undergrad

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Advisor Name

Isa Spoerry

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