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Woodworking: Seating, Chairs, Stools and Benches

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Students will engage in the foundational skills necessary to produce a piece of artisan furniture safely. Study will include elements of design, joinery and fabrication methodology, machine and hand tool skills, the working properties of wood species, assembly techniques, finish types and their application, hardware and mixed media furniture, and an introduction to artisan furniture as a means of personal expression.

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Woodworking: Tables and Lighting

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Students will engage in the foundational skills necessary to produce a piece of artisan furniture safely. Study will include elements of design, joinery and fabrication methodology including coopering, machine and hand tool skills, the working properties of wood species, assembly techniques, finish types and their application, fabrication of hardware, mixed media furniture, and an introduction to artisan furniture as a means of personal expression.

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In Sickness and In Health

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In this introductory program, students will explore cultural, social, and psychological approaches to the body and health and will build capacities for subsequent undergraduate studies. Using the lens of medical anthropology, we will consider diverse practices around sickness and healing and develop an understanding of Western biomedicine as a complex cultural system. Toward this aim, students will learn qualitative ethnographic techniques for documenting and analyzing cultural and social contexts.

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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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Diversity, Democracy, and Fake News: Making Our Way in the Time of Trump

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We all know that the media in all its forms provides us with information that shapes our ideas, attitudes, beliefs, and influences our actions.  How do we become more critically conscious about our information sources? How do we diversify those sources and become better aware of a wider range of issues and ideas? What is “fake news” and why is “real news” important to the prospect of a functional democracy?

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Intake form for new student groups

Please write your mission statement below. Keep it concise and be sure that it outlines the values of your group, its purpose and vision. Include how your group supports the educational or social needs of Evergreen students, including a list of possible activities.
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Please complete the following from with the complete and accurate contact information and release permissions for the four primary representatives of your student organization. The first person listed should be the primary contact coordinator; this is the first coordinator Student Activities will contact if information is needed. If additional coordinators are selected, circle "yes" in the respective contact block. You can select up to three coordinators. Please also indicate ONE coordinator, by circling "yes" who is willing to be put in a pool of coordinators who may get called to serve on the Coordinator Review Board, which is described in full starting on page 51 in the Student Activities Handbook.

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The Psychology of Working in Groups & Teams

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Have you ever wondered why some teams thrive and succeed and others don't?  How can you increase the chances of success for any team that you're a part of?  New research reveals surprising truths about why some work groups thrive and others fail - in this course, we will explore that research along with sociological theories about groups and teams.  We will also explore the knowledge, skills and compentencies needed for high-functioning team members, and assess our own performance in those areas.

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Writing Well: Making Your Statement (C)

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If you are in or nearing your last year of undergraduate study at Evergreen, this course is an opportunity to develop and refine your writing skills. It will help you polish a portfolio of your written work, including your final academic statement. If you are developing a capstone project, senior thesis, independent research, an internship, or other culminating assignment, these skills will help you improve your final product.

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Writing Well: Making Your Statement (D)

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If you are in or nearing your last year of undergraduate study at Evergreen, this course is an opportunity to develop and refine your writing skills. It will help you polish a portfolio of your written work, including your final academic statement. If you are developing a capstone project, senior thesis, independent research, an internship, or other culminating assignment, these skills will help you improve your final product.

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