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MPA Summer Institute Explores Innovation in the Public Sector

MPA summer insitute

Every year, Evergreen's Master of Public Administration (MPA) program invites stakeholders and alumni to a Summer Institute to share their thoughts on what the public sector currently needs from our graduates. This year, the general discussion revolved around the question, “What new innovations will drive public service in the future?” The institute occurred August 2, 2019. 

Undergraduate Research in Scientific Inquiry with J. Neitzel

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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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Life with Things: Advanced

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This option is an opportunity for advanced work within the Life with Things program for a small number of Junior-Senior students with a strong academic background in one or more of the following areas: fine metalsmithing, visual art or design, anthropology, history, sociology, cultural studies, art history, material studies, or other relevant academic disciplines. Advanced students will participate in all of the activities, readings, and assignments of the Life with Things

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Marine Ecology

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As the largest ecosystem on Earth, our oceans and marine environments are home to a tremendous abundance and diversity of life. Marine environments represent key systems controlling many elemental cycles (e.g. carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus) and are essential drivers of medium and long term stability and change on local, regional, and global geographic scales. This course will examine the interactions between biotic and abiotic processes that direct and respond to change; key environments and organisms involved; and implications for ecosystem services.

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FSWG (FSWG Quarterly Meeting)

This meeting is for the Food Systems Working Group (FSWG) to have its quarterly meeting to talk about the current food system on campus and in the Olympia area. 

FSWG (FSWG Quarterly Meeting)

This meeting is for the Food Systems Working Group (FSWG) to have its quarterly meeting to talk about the current food system on campus and in the Olympia area. 

Housing and Dining Calendar

Fall Quarter 2019

  
Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019

  Early Arrival: check in from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Culture as History: The 1930's

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What is culture and how does it inform our interpretation of history? As we explore this question, students will study works of fiction, film and animation, visual art and history to determine how culture shapes our ideas about past and present realities.

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