Tell Evergreen's Stories

Time to Speak Up About Evergreen

This generation of Greeners is creating their own stories. Read on to learn how you can help Evergreen by telling yours.

MPA-Sponsored Aid Application

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Please select the awards you wish to apply for.
Email Jan Hays, MPA Program Assistant, haysj@evergreen.edu a signed letter of recommendation directly by the recommender and a copy of your AmeriCorps Service Letter. Submit 100 word essay that addresses how you have demonstrated your commitment to community service, and explain how AmeriCorps impacted your desired to attend graduate school.
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Submit 100 word essay that describes your commitment to your chosen field of study and reasons for selecting Evergreen for graduate study.
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Submit a 100 word essay that describes your commitment to your continued intellectual and professional development.
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Submit a 100 word essay. First, state your tribal affiliation. Then, describe your commitment to the education of Native American youth as well as your commitment to a Native American community.
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Submit a 100 word essay that describes how you have demonstrated your commitment to continued intellectual and professional development.
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Submit a 100 word essay that describes how your previous volunteer or work experience; past, current, or proposed course of study; and/or career goals in education, public policy, health, welfare, or the environment have benefited or intend to benefit young children living in or near poverty conditions.
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Submit a 250 word essay that describes your future goals and paid and/or unpaid work experience in one or more of the following fields: public & nonprofit administration, public policy, and/or tribal governance.
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Submit a 100 word essay that describes how you will use your education to benefit tribal or indigenous communities.
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Advanced Research in Environmental Studies with G. Chin-Leo

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Undergraduate Research in Scientific Inquiry with C. Dirks

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Rigorous quantitative and qualitative research is an important component of academic learning in Scientific Inquiry. Research opportunities allow science students to work on specific projects associated with faculty members’ expertise. Students typically begin by working in an apprenticeship model with faculty or laboratory staff and gradually take on more independent projects within the context of the specific research program as they gain experience.

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Meaning, Math and Motion

Return to Evergreen Inspires Us

Differences Come Together

First-Ever “Deepening the Dialogue” Fall Equity Symposium

NPR Spotlight on Evergreen–Tacoma

Evergreen Opens First-of-Its-Kind Fiber Arts Studio

Fiber Arts Studio - Spring 18

Evergreen’s new Fiber Arts Studio was completed in September and is the second building on campus devoted entirely to the indigenous arts. The building is part of Evergreen’s ongoing mission—along with the Longhouse Education and Cultural Center—to serve as a gathering place for people of all cultures.

Designed by Mãori sculptor Lyonel Grant, in collaboration with Longhouse architect Johnpaul Jones (Choctaw), the building is the first of its kind, combining hand-carved tribal designs from the Pacific Northwest and South Pacific.

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