Abdul Rehman is a School of Arts & Sciences Honors Scholar, majoring in economics, public policy, and political science. He is a recipient of the Rutgers Academic Excellence Award, the Rutgers Scarlet Scholarship, and the Dean’s List Scholarship. Abdul Rehman has served as President of Palestine Children’s Relief Fund, President of the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting, and was a co-founder of the Global Philanthropic Symposium at Rutgers University. He is currently an Undergraduate Eagleton Associate and was previously an Aresty Research Assistant for the Director of the Eagleton Institute of Polling, Dr. David Redlawsk. He has interned with Teach for America, Sponsors for Educational Opportunity, and the International Rescue Committee. He loves biking—it provides a faster transport between classes, can be a non-time allocated exercise, and makes his hair feel phenomenal in the wind. Abdul Rehman is currently researching the Riverwalk in New Brunswick with Dr. Alan Cander from the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, addressing issues of an increasingly gentrified locale through policy initiatives that can potentially turn this pathway into a public art exhibit.