MPA student accepts teaching position at Inner Mongolia University

Inner Mongolia

Congratulations to MPA student Jason Zimmerman! 

Jason answered a posting on our MPA Program’s LinkedIn jobs page, applied, and was selected by St. Martin’s University to teach English at the Inner Mongolia University in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China. Jason is developing a three-week curriculum focused on conversational English for approximately 100 business students. Larry Seaquist (adjunct faculty in MPA and former WA State Representative) will join Jason for the last week. 

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Fungi, Microsites, and Forbes: My Second Year in the MES Program


Hi, I’m John, lover of the natural world – especially fungi. Here is the story of my second year in the MES program, enjoy!

Reporting Concerns

If this is an emergency, please call 911.

General Student Concerns

Report Community Concerns to the CARE Team

If you see something that's not quite right, a student who needs help, are having difficulty with another student, etc.

Concerns made to the CARE Team will be reviewed and assessed for appropriate interventions. For more information about the membership and role of the CARE Team, please visit CARE TEAM website. 

College Administrators

George S. Bridges, President, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. (Contact the President’s Office.)

John Carmichael, Vice President for Finance and Operations, Ph.D., Colorado State University. (Contact the Finance and Operations Office.)

Illustrating the ethics of comics

Hollandsworth at Olympia's The Danger Room

Isaac Hollandsworth ’20 sat next to a window on the third floor of the Evergreen library expressing his love for comics. He has worked at the local comics shop, The Danger Room, for about a year now, after what he called “loitering” in the shop for the year prior to his hiring. Hollandsworth has also taken a leadership role in The Graphic Novel Union, an on-campus club where he promotes ideas of making comics accessible to Evergreen students.

Native American Women Standing Strong for Justice

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Native American women have been erased from history. It is not that they did not exist; it is that they were made invisible

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Student Activities Fair

Calling all Greeners: eat popcorn and learn more about getting involved on campus!

Come meet Evergreen’s student groups. All current student groups are encouraged to table. All those looking to start a new group are welcome to table and share your interests.

Make a banner, design a flyer, pass out buttons! Supplies are available to all student groups. Start signing-up September 4th; stop by the Student Activities Office - CAB 313!