Neha Saju, School of Arts & Sciences Honors Program ’22, is doing the Joint Major in History and Political Science. She is minoring in French as well as Women’s and Gender Studies. Neha is a Leadership Scholar with the Institute of Women’s Leadership, where she is earning a certificate in Women’s Leadership. Previously an intern with the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), Neha is currently interning with the Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP). She was part of the team which designed the RU Voting National Microsite, a national initiative put forward by the Eagleton Institute of Politics meant to disseminate accurate and specific election information. Currently, she is an Aresty Research Assistant for Dr. Beth C. Rubin for “The Civically Engaged Districts Project”. A columnist for The Daily Targum Newspaper, Neha writes about education equity, women’s rights, and race issues. Neha is dedicated to service work and has done work with the Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research and Service, Rutgers University Alternative Breaks, as well as Youth Empowerment Services. A lover of fantasy novels and language learning, Neha hopes to study law after graduating.