Environmental Policy: Coastal/Shoreline Management and Planning

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Faculty: Bobbak Talebi

Senior Coastal Planner, Shorelands & Environmental Assistance Program, Washington State Department of Ecology

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Quantum Facts and Mysteries

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What is the fundamental nature of reality? What role, if any, do the laws of quantum physics dictate that human consciousness might play in shaping reality? What impact has quantum theory had on technology, culture, and everyday life? For about a century, physicists, philosophers, and others have wrestled with the mysteries of quantum physics. Physicists agree on how to make experimental predictions using quantum theories, but do not all agree on what the theories mean beyond their clear usefulness.

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Abnormal in a Normalized World: Psychopathology and Treatment Interventions

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This one-quarter program provides a survey of mental health problems, including anxiety disorders, mood disorders, addiction and substance abuse disorders, the schizophrenias, and personality disorders. The program curriculum asks, what does it mean to be "normal" and who decides? How has history and culture affected our perspectives on abnormality? What are clinical characteristics of mental disorders and how are they assessed? What role does treatment play in addressing psychological disorders? How do we separate facts from myths surrounding psychological disorders?

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Computer Science Internships

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This program is the home for Evergreen computer science internships. Computer science internships provide advanced students with opportunities to gain deep knowledge of specific concepts and skills in the context of a tightly knit cohort who collaborate on developing academic and creative research agendas that parallel and are informed by their work as interns. Internships involve about 20 hours per week for 8 credits per quarter and are available in Physical Computing, Instructional Technology/Universal design, and Technology Support.

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Gateways 3-on-3 Basketball Fundraiser

1st annual Gateways for Incarcerated Youth 3-on-3 basketball fundraiser. 

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