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Evergreen Board of Trustees Give Greenlight for Certificate Programs — by Thurston Talk from
Evergreen Longhouse celebrates Alaska Native civil rights activist Elizabeth Peratrovich — by The Olympian from
Experience Education around the world with The Evergreen State College’s Study Abroad Programs — by Thurston Talk from
Press Releases and Stories
Evergreen looks forward to 2022 and welcoming back students to winter quarter on Monday, January 3. The college will maintain its previous instructional plans for winter quarter while faculty and staff continue taking steps to ensure the health and safety of everyone on campus.
OLYMPIA — The Evergreen State College was recognized on October 27, 2021 by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs for having produced the most Gilman recipients over the past twenty years in the following category “Top Producer.”
On Saturday, Nov. 13, The Evergreen State College will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Longhouse a year late due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The virtual celebration will begin at 1 p.m. and feature speakers such Kristopher Peters, Chair of the Squaxin Island Tribe and Board of Trustees member for Evergreen, Kara Briggs, Vice President for Tribal Relations, Arts and Cultures and John Carmichael, Evergreen President.
OLYMPIA – Governor Jay Inslee makes a second historic appointment of a Tribal Chair to a college board by naming Kristopher Peters, Chair of the Squaxin Island Tribe, to The Evergreen State College Board of Trustees. Inslee named Suquamish Tribe Chair, Leonard Forsman, to the University of Washington’s Board of Regents last month. Evergreen’s Board of Trustees is an eight-member governing board that provides long-term strategic leadership, initiates policy and delegates authority to the college president.