Evergreen student awarded American Chemical Society scholarship

Tamara Kolden in the lab

Evergreen student Tamara Koledin ‘18 recently received the Julia Ann Rutherford Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship—which is given to two students each year by the American Chemical Society (ACS) Puget Sound Section—is presented to exceptional students with a specific interest in the field of chemistry. Koledin was presented with the scholarship at the ACS Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 28.

What does receiving the Julia Ann Rutherford Memorial Scholarship mean to you?

Future History: Indigenous Speculative Fiction

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In this course we will explore our own identities, worldviews and writing styles, the stories we come back to again and again, and how the foundational elements of fiction help us (writers and readers) explain the world around us. Analyzing the readings will provoke critical thinking skills and thoughtful articulation of our findings. Individual writing projects will highlight your skills as a writer, as will peer workshops.

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Student-Originated Studies: Food and Agriculture

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Do you have a project that engages interdisciplinary and applied education for just and sustainable food systems or agricultural practices? This Student-Originated Studies (SOS) will support students to pursue individual or small-group projects through on-farm internships, food-related apprenticeships, field studies, research, or community-based service learning projects. Whether on campus, downtown, across the country, or around the world, students should expect to link theory with practice, activism with reflection, and critical thinking with hands-on experience.

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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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