A Look Inside One of Evergreen’s Most Impactful Programs

This year, Evergreen faculty Eirik Steinhoff taught one of the college’s longest running and most impactful programs, Gateways for Incarcerated Youth. Founded in 1996, Gateways gives Evergreen students and youth incarcerated at the Green Hill juvenile prison in Chehalis a rare opportunity to engage in a transformative educational experience.

The Social Science of Well-Being

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What tools will help us thrive as individuals, groups, institutions, and communities? Using the lenses of positive psychology, social psychology, and sociology, we will examine the ways in which certain behaviors and social processes -- such as persuasion, prosociality, and environmental design -- can be harnessed to improve well-being, and how these might be contextualized by cultural, social, and economic factors. 

 

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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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  • New students check in for housing beginning Tuesday, September 24.
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