Tom Rye Harvill Award Recipients

Past Recipients of the Tom Rye Harvill Award at Evergreen

2006

Faculty members Judy Cushing, Ruth Hayes, David McAvity and Richard Weiss were the inaugural recipients of the Tom Rye Harvill award.
Judy, Ruth, David and Richard collaborated on the development of three-dimensional animated models of forest canopies; data for their project came from another important Evergreen research initiative, the Forest Canopy Database Project.

Hiring Forms (On Campus)

Generic Application

The generic application PDF Word is available as a convenience to employers who have not created their own customized application for hiring.

Science Café Topic: Bee colony collapse disorder

Science Café Topic: Bee colony collapse disorder

April 14th at 7 pm

Barnes and Noble Booksellers, Olympia

Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act

Federal legislation relating to student consumer rights requires all institutions participating in Federal student assistance programs to compile and publish completion and graduation rates. The information-gathering requirements are contained in legislation known as the Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act as amended by the Higher Education Technical Amendments of 1991.

Evergreen Gallery Opens April 2nd with Artist Basia Irland

Basia Irland, Opening Remarks by President Les Purce

Gallery opening, art exhibition

April 2, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm (exhibition continues through April 29, 2009)
The Evergreen State College Gallery, Main Floor of The Daniel J. Evans Library at Evergreen

Basia Irland is a sculptor and installation artist, a poet and book artist, and an activist in international water issues. Her thoughtful interdisciplinary projects combine beautiful artworks, a fascination with research, and a participative engagement with the viewer.

Give Peace a Dance, Saturday April 25th

Give Peace a Dance at The Evergreen State College

Saturday April 25th, 2009 Reggae Fun to Follow Procession of the Species

After the Procession of the Species in downtown Olympia, The Evergreen State College is continuing the community celebration with Give Peace a Dance, a gathering of music of New Monsoon, a rock and experimental band form San Francisco, Kore Ionz, a reggae, rock and roots band from Seattle and Pachamama with afro-beat, reggae and ska from Los Angeles.

Grandmothers Counsel the World

Grandmothers Counsel the World at The Evergreen State College

Members of International Council of Indigenous Grandmothers Arrives in Early May

KAOS & TCTV bring Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman to Olympia

On Sunday March 29th at 5:30pm, award-winning investigative journalist and host of Pacifica’s “Democracy Now” will appear at Olympia’s historic Capitol Theater in a benefit for KAOS-FM Olympia Community Radio and Thurston Community Television. The event is in support of her book “Standing Up to the Madness: Ordinary Heroes in Extraordinary Times,” by Amy Goodman and her photo-journalist brother David Goodman, now out in softcover. The book will be available at the event.

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