MES Fall Thesis Presentations

MES student Trace McKellips presenting his thesis research.

Join the MES community to celebrate the accomplishments of our fall thesis students as they share their research results. Consult the campus map to find Purce Hall, and see the schedule below. Presentations are free and open to the public. 

 

Tuesday, November 27, 4:30-5:15pm, Purce Lecture Hall 

Ambassadors

These current students are available to talk to you about their experiences in MES or to show you around campus. They attend info sessions, represent MES at local events, and meet with prospective students individually. To contact an Ambassador email them at mescommunications@evergreen.edu

 

MPA Faculty Member Meghan Doughty Attends APPAM Conference

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Hello! My name is Meghan Doughty and I am a new faculty member with the MPA program this year. I recently attended the Association for Public Policy and Management’s (APPAM) Annual Fall Research Conference on November 8-10, 2018 in Washington, DC. The theme of the conference was Evidence for Action: Encouraging Innovation and Improvement.

Student Art Exhibit

Walk Soft the Water-Lily Field: Works of Art by Daniel August

Fundamentals of Coastal Design II

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Students should have a complete design for a shawl or blanket and purchased the fabric and adornment elements (beads, buttons, fringe, etc.) they wish to use.

Building upon the readings and discussion of Coast Design I, students will devote class time to studio work to complete an individual art piece. In studio, students will learn how to create original applique designs and incorporate adornment elements such as bead work, buttons, fringe and other elements as desired to a shawl  or blanket/robe that will reflect your own cultural background.

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Readers for Your Final Academic Statement

Readers for Your Final Academic Statement

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MES Thesis Fund

Overview

The Thesis Research Fund provides MES students financial support for materials required for the successful completion of their thesis research. Research funds are made available through a joint fund between MES and The Evergreen State College Foundation.

 

Purpose

The Thesis Research Fund is intended to reduce the financial burden of completing the MES thesis requirement by reimbursing students for expenses that are necessary for successful completion of thesis research.

Fundamentals of Coastal Design I

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The goal of the class is for you to learn about how customary regalia has evolved to be used in modern context and to design an art piece reflecting your own culture (to be completed in Fundamentals of Coastal Design II in Spring Quarter). Students will select either a shawl style or for those with more experience, a larger robe/blanket. Historically at Evergreen, the shawls  are used as a form of graduation regalia by Native students. The shawls can easily be adapted to use for other ceremonial regalia.

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Critical Indigenous Studies II

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Critical Indigenous Studies II is a foundation course exploring through an indigenous lens research methodologies and methods, both western and indigenous, that a student needs to successfully complete research projects. CIS II applies the Medicine Wheel model for a holistic approach to academia, focusing on research skills, learned and practiced. Critical analysis through all stakeholder perspectives, seminars around topics of research, ethics, and storytelling (oral and written), and a community service learning project are components of this course.

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Interview with Alicia LeDuc

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The importance of equity and citizen engagement in the field is a topic we first year MPA students are studying.  In the case of one particular MPA graduate, I learned how she was addressing this very issue.

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