Good music for a good cause -Evergreen's first "Concert for Scholarships"

It's good music for a good cause on Sunday, March 19.

The Evergreen State College's first “Concert for Scholarships” with Good Rockin' Blues by Alice Stuart and The Formerlys - and Higher Energy Funky Grooves by The Jude Bowerman Band.

Tickets are available at www.BuyOlympia.com, Orca Books and The Evergreen Bookstore. Remaining tickets go on sale at the box office two hours before the concert. Reception only: $10. Concert only: $18

One alum replaces another as Evergreen men's soccer coach

OLYMPIA -- Less than a week after Tom Boatright announced his resignation as men's soccer coach at The Evergreen State College, the Geoducks have announced that long-time South Puget Sound Community College coach John Purtteman has been hired to fill the position.

"This was the easiest hire we have made since I have been at Evergreen," said sixth-year athletics director Dave Weber. "Like Tom and our women's coach, Erik Gibson-Snyder, John is another graduate of the great Geoduck teams coached by Arno Zoske and he's proven himself in a decade of college coaching at SPSCC."

Evergreen's new Community Language Lab opens

OLYMPIA , Wash. -- A new language center has opened at The Evergreen State College this week, creating a space that can be used by students — as well as faculty and staff to learn or brush up on foreign languages.

The new center is located in the Seminar II Building, room A3116.

Central kitchen remains closed, hoped to re-open Tuesday afternoon

Information for students, staff and faculty:

A free dinner service is planned for meal plan holders only TONIGHT (Monday) from 5:30-7 p.m. at The Market (2nd floor CAB). The meal will include pizza selections, salad and beverage.

Diners will be required to scan their meal cards to verify participation in a meal plan - but there will be no charge for the meal. This includes students in the EF program. Meal plans include both those with block meals and declining balance plans.

Evergreen top-ten college in nation for green power

EPA, Washington State Senate honor Evergreen's commitment

OLYMPIA , Wash. -- The Evergreen State College and the hard work of students have been recognized with two distinct honors in the past week for the college's commitment to renewable energy.

What's a bacteriophage? Find out - they could save your life

Evergreen State College professor Dr. Betty Kutter, a national leader in bacterial phage research, will give a lecture Monday, Feb. 6 from 3:30 - 5 p.m. on the Evergreen campus in the Seminar II Building, room D 1105.

The presentation is titled "Fighting Bacterial Infections Along the Silk Roads: Tbilisi, Georgia and the development of bacteriophages as natural, self-replicating and self-limiting antibiotics."

Evergreen faculty re-elected to Nature Conservancy's board

SEATTLE (Nature Conservancy) - Nalini Nadkarni, a professor at The Evergreen State College in Olympia and renowned forest canopy specialist, returns to the board of trustees for the Washington chapter of the Nature Conservancy, the organization announced Friday.

Public Administration symposium Feb. 8th at Evergreen

The Evergreen State College Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Extended Education programs along with the Evergreen chapter of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), will sponsor a symposium, “New Challenges In Public Administration: Theory in Practice” on Wed., Feb. 8th from noon to 4 p.m. at The Evergreen State College campus in the Seminar II Building, Room E-1105.

Internship Fair slated for Wednesday, February 1

Internship Fair slated for Wednesday, February 1

OLYMPIA -- The 14th Annual Evergreen Internship Fair is planned for Wednesday, Feb. 1, from noon to 3 p.m. at The Evergreen State College.

The fair will take place at the College Recreation Center (CRC). More than 125 organizations and businesses will be at the fair to meet with students and discuss opportunities for internships.

Cal Anderson Memorial Lecture Series set for Jan. 24

Nationally known Evan Wolfson featured speaker for college's lecture series

OLYMPIA -- Lesbian/gay civil rights leader Evan Wolfson will be the featured speaker for The Evergreen State College's 2006 Cal Anderson Memorial Lecture Series on January 24 at Temple Beth Hatfiloh in downtown Olympia. The event is free and open to the public.

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