Greenery Bingo

Play three games of Bingo in the Greenery for a chance to win coffee from EBB, Dining Bucks, or snack packs. First game starts at 5:30 pm.

Dive In Movie: Jaws

Lights off in the pool. Watch the classic film Jaws while floating or sitting poolside.

MPA Adjunct Published in Recent Edition of Science Magazine

Katherine Himes, MPA adjunct was published in the September 8, 2017 edition of Science. Read her book review, listed first in the autumn book reading list!: http://blogs.sciencemag.org/books/2017/09/05/autumn-books-2017/

Upcoming Lectures from Environmental Leaders

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We are excited to invite interested students and community members to join us at several great lectures during the fall quarter.

All lectures held on campus in Seminar 2, E1105.

 

Wednesday, September 27, 6:00-7:30pm: Dr. Amy Snover

Dr. Amy Snover is the Director of University of Washington's Climate Impacts Group. See more about Dr. Snover's research and writing here

 

Student Employee Learning Outcomes

 

This tool is meant to guide a conversation between student workers and supervisors about the learning opportunities during student employment.

Please complete at the beginning of a student worker’s annual employment period and the end of their annual employment period (i.e. pre-test in Fall Quarter, post-test in Spring Quarter).

Select the value for each statement below that best applies to the employee at the time of the assessment.

 

Articulate and assume responsibility for your own work:

A successful Evergreen graduate will know how to work well with others, not only in the workplace or social contexts, but as an active participant in the struggle for a more just world. You will assume responsibility for your actions as an individual and exercise power responsibly and effectively.

 

Participate collaboratively and responsibly in our diverse society:

A successful Evergreen graduate will understand that by giving of yourself you make the success of others possible. A thriving community is crucial to your own well-being. The study of diverse worldviews and experiences will help you to develop the skills to act effectively as a local citizen within a complex global framework.

 

Communicate creatively and effectively:

A successful Evergreen graduate will know how to listen objectively to others so as to understand and accept a wide variety of viewpoints. By developing a genuine interest in the experiences of others, you will learn to ask thoughtful questions, to communicate persuasively, and express yourself creatively.

 

Demonstrate integrative, independent, critical thinking:

A successful Evergreen graduate will have the ability to appreciate and critically evaluate a range of topics, across academic disciplines. As you explore these disciplines, you will develop a greater curiosity toward the world around you, and its interconnections, that will enhance your skills as an independent, critical thinker.

Evergreen Campus Housing Exit Survey

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New Housing Preliminary Renderings


Please note that while we are honing in on final designs, these are not final plans and may change.

Neurobiology and Consciousness: The Science and Study of the Mind

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In this program, we will study neurobiology and consciousness. Though we will study the brain chiefly from a scientific perspective, it is also true that philosophers, psychologists, computer scientists and anthropologists have raised questions about the human mind. What is involved in studying the brain/mind? What questions can be answered scientifically? What questions can’t? Is the mind nothing but the brain? If so, how do we account for human consciousness? What is consciousness?

Location and Schedule

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