Evergreen Unveils Restored “Welcome Woman”

Bunni Peterson-Haitwas (Skokomish) works with Greg Colfax (Makah) on the restoration of Welcome Woman at the Evergreen State College.

The Evergreen State College will celebrate the recently restored “Welcome Woman” – a Native American carving — at the college on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 11a.m.-noon. 

The unveiling will take place in the carving’s original location at Red Square by the bus loop. 

The original carving, made in the entryway to the library building back in 1984, was never properly sealed and was starting to deteriorate. 

Research Capstone in Psychology

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This program is designed to provide a Capstone opportunity within psychology (or closely related social science disciplines such as sociology or cultural anthropology) to conduct independent research projects within a supportive intellectual environment of other researchers. Research projects may be inductive or deductive in their approach, and may utilize qualitative or quantitative methodology.

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Theories of Personality (B)

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The major personality theorists will be presented sequentially within their cultural and historical contexts. This will provide the students with a broader understanding of the evolution of ideas concerning human nature. Exploration of theories will be limited to those that apply specifically to the practice of counseling. Attention will be paid to the interaction of the individual with the social milieu, the cultural biases within theory, and the effect of personal history on theoretical claims.

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Welcome Back, Greeners!

Students, faculty and staff, welcome to the beginning of fall term. We begin this year with new programs dedicated to student success, events celebrating the college and our campus community, and many opportunities to engage in planning Evergreen’s future.

Cover Park Upward Bound

The Upward Bound & Upward Bound Math-Science Clover Park programs serve 120 students at Clover Park High School in the Clover Park School District.

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  • Students are entitled to absences for holidays for reasons of faith or conscience or for organized activities conducted under the auspices of a religious denomination, church, or religious organization
  • A student’s academic credits are not adversely impacted by the absences
  • Identify the procedure for requesting holidays: the institution must post this policy and faculty must include it in all syllabi.

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Alumni Lunch

John C. Stocks

Saturday, October 19 | 12:00pm-1:30pm | Daniel J. Evans Library

Former NEA Executive Director honored with Joseph Albert Dear Distinguished Alumni Award at Return to Evergreen.

Critical Indigenous Studies II: Setting the Stage for Leadership

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Setting the Stage for Leadership: Voices of Empowerment, Inspiration and Transformation. This course will examine leadership on the world stage, particularly Indigenous leaders, through multiple methods and perspectives and prepare students to understand and take on leadership roles.

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