Marine Biodiversity

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This program focuses on learning the identity and evolutionary relationships of marine organisms. Marine environments support an extremely diverse group of autotrophic and heterotrophic organisms, which together comprise an important fraction of Earth’s biodiversity. The proximity of Evergreen's campus to various marine habitats provides excellent opportunities to study many diverse groups of organisms. Emphasis will be placed on learning the regional marine flora and fauna and the program will cover some ecology and animal behavior to inform our understanding of biodiversity.

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Earth Art: Rock and Metal

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This interdisciplinary, introductory-level program will explore topics in physical geology, art, and fine metalsmithing. It is designed for students with a desire to have a broader and deeper understanding of connections between the Earth, art, and fine metalsmithing.

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Politics of Identity, Scale, and Nature

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Is identity intrinsic and pre-determined, or is it fluid and contingent? What defines identity? Is it some combination of language, food, culture, religion, geography, history, or common experience? If identity is fluid and contingent, what are the extrinsic factors that shape how identities evolve or change? How are particular notions of identity socially constructed, and how are they contested and negotiated? In this program we will explore the ways in which identities are shaped in various times and places, or at particular moments.

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Counseling Skills: Theory and Practice

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If it is possible to genuinely meet and discover each other as persons—actually to empathize with and understand both the cultural beliefs and political views of each other—then I think the obscured future may be penetrated with some clear rays of light that we may realistically hope for a better world.   — Carl Rogers (1902-1987)

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Chemistry Counts!

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This program will explore topics in chemistry and mathematics at the introductory college level. It is designed for students who are eager to gain an understanding of these fields so they can pursue further studies in the sciences.  It is also designed for those who are seeking to broaden their liberal arts education by exploring the sciences. Collaborative learning and context-based problem solving will be expected and emphasized. Program activities will include lectures, workshops, and laboratory experiments.

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Chemistry Counts!

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This program will explore topics in chemistry and mathematics at the introductory college level. It is designed for students who are eager to gain an understanding of these fields so they can pursue further studies in the sciences.  It is also designed for those who are seeking to broaden their liberal arts education by exploring the sciences. Collaborative learning and context-based problem solving will be expected and emphasized. Program activities will include lectures, workshops, and laboratory experiments.

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Chemistry Counts!

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Catalog 2020-21

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Represented classified staff will follow Article 17 of the classified employees’ Collective Bargaining Agreement as it relates to suspended operations and inclement weather.

About Paths of Study

Q. What are Paths of Study?

A. Paths of Study are a new option for current and prospective Evergreen students who are looking for a clear path to their degrees. Each path is a set of programs and courses designed to help students navigate Evergreen’s interdisciplinary curriculum and prepare for advanced work.

Q. What kind of themes and concentrations are available?

A. Currently there are 11 paths, each leading to different career areas:

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