Evergreen has a rich legacy of working within communities on issues of treaty rights and sovereignty, economic and social justice, and a host of other issues. Working closely with faculty and various communities, you’ll learn a holistic approach to systemic change at the community level.
As you learn to conduct community-based research (also known as participatory research, popular education, and action research), you’ll learn the history, philosophy, and modes of research vital to understanding the needs, challenges, and aims of specific communities.
|Ackley, Kristina||Native American studies|
|Balaram, Arita||psychology, critical race and feminist studies, community-engaged methods|
|Benson-Quaziena, Marcella||human and organizational systems|
|Buxbaum, Stephen||political economy, community development and planning|
|Crowley, Lin||media and Chinese studies|
|Elliott, Marla||performance, voice, community studies|
|Fischel, Anne||communication, media and community studies|
|Nelson, Alice||Spanish language, Latin American studies|
|Sandoz, Joli||academic and creative nonfiction writing, community studies, analog game design|
|Simons, Suzanne||poetry and literary arts, community studies/Middle East studies, journalism|
|Smith, Tyrus||environmental studies, public policy|