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2nd Annual MPA Symposium May 19, 2018

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Come join us for the second annual MPA Symposium in beautiful downtown Olympia! An event generously hosted and sponsored by the City of Olympia.
Keynote speaker: Larry Seaquist, Former Chair, House Higher Ed Committee Washington State Legislature
“Steering in the Whitewater – Public Sector Leadership in a Rapidly Changing World”
Innovations in Strategic Problem Solving: MPA Student Panel
New Directions in Professional Associations: ASPA Evergreen Chapter Panel

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Lucky Anguelov at UW Evans School on PPP Event Panel

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On May 1 2018, The Evergreen State College MPA Program faculty member Lucky Anguelov was a panel presenter on Public/Private Partnerships event at the Evans School at the University of Washington. Collaborative Service Delivery and P3 in local governments. The event presented opportunities and challenges between public, private, and nonprofit sectors and was sponsored by the ASPA Evergreen Chapter. Speaking on the topic of collaborative service delivery and P3 in local governments, Dr.

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MPA Information Session Thursday, April 12

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Join MPA April 12 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. at the Olympia Timberland Library for our upcoming information session. We will discuss the MPA program, course schedule, admissions requirements, financial aid, and answer any questions you may have.

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Mother and Daughter MPA Team

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The MPA Tribal Governance program has a mother and daughter enrolled. To read more about Chryss James and her daughter Jennifer Cordova James go to this link:

http://www.thurstontalk.com/2018/03/30/mother-daughter-duo-evergreen-state-college/

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Return of the Wapato

Emily Washines, MPA 2010

Emily Washines, 2010 MPA grad is featured in the Evergreen Magazine.

Use this link to read the article.  http://www.evergreen.edu/magazine/winter-2018/return-wapato

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