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MPA Info Session Thursday Nov 9

Want to learn more about Evergreen's Master of Public Administration graduate program?

 

Info Session is being held Thursday, Nov 9 at the Olympia Timberland Library from 5:30-6:30 pm

Hear about the class schedule, admissions requirements, financial aid, and to answer any questions you may have.

Questions? Contact Anna Rhoads, MPA Assistant Director

360-867-6554

rhoads@evergreen.edu
 

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Congressman Denny Heck Speaks in 1st Year Core

Denny Heck was guest speaker in The Context of Public Administration MPA core class on Thursday, Oct 19.

Shown below are Denny Heck and departing Assistant Director, Ty Somerville posing for a selfie!

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Staff Changes In MPA

Anna Rhoads is the new MPA Program Assistant Director for the Public & Nonprofit Administration and Public Policy concentrations.  Anna is a graduate of Evergreen’s Master of Environmental Studies Program, and joins us most recently from the College’s Washington Center. 

Also a fond farewell to Ty Somerville, MPA ’17, who held the Interim MPA Assistant Director position for the last three months.  Ty has chosen to keep his eyes on the prize and pursue his doctoral degree full time. 

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Convicts & Caring: Changing Paths and What Public Servants Need to Know

 

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You’re invited!

Convicts & Caring: Changing Paths and What Public Servants Need to Know

All current students, alumni, and community members are welcome.

Saturday November 4th at 12:30pm in Purce Hall

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28th Centennial Accord Meeting at the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Center

October 18, 2017 we gathered for the 28th Centennial Accord meeting at the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community center. So proud to be there with current faculty, students, and alumni.

Many thanks to the Honorable Vice-Chairman Melvinjohn Ashue for his courage and dedication to sovereignty, community, and family. Great picture of you speaking and all of us listening, especially the Governor!

Many thanks and much respect to Senator John McCoy for his tireless leadership, teachings, and vision in sponsoring legislation to lift us all up together.  

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