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The Evergreen State College has been awarded two five-year grants by the U.S Department of Education totaling $3.1 million, the col
When Cody Blackketter returned to college after several years of working at a conservation park, he knew he wanted to get his hands dirty studying natural sciences. He did not expect to find an opportunity to do field research and contribute significantly to the completion of an ongoing study his first summer back in academia. Thanks to the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship(SURF) program at The Evergreen State College, that’s exactly what he’s doing.
This summer, our three institutions – The Evergreen State College, South Puget Sound Community College, and Saint Martin’s University – are preparing for a fall like no other. While uncertainties around the impact of the coronavirus weigh heavily on our fall planning, our institutions are also actively engaged in campus-wide discussions around what needs to change in higher education to further the fight against systemic racism.
Did you know that the majority of the student population at The Evergreen State College is not made up of first-time college students? Strike up a conversation with a Greener and you are more likely to be chatting with a person who spent a little time in higher education before finding their way to the college.
It’s rare when Indigenous issues are discussed and highlighted in the national media. It’s rarer still when successive headlines carry news of legal and cultural victories for tribal nations. A recent wave of positive news shows us the power of persistent and undaunted Indigenous advocacy, which can inspire our individual and collective efforts at Evergreen.