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MPA Looking for One More Professor

Look here for  information about MPA job opening: https://evergreen.peopleadmin.com/postings/1601

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Tears of Duk'Wibahl--International Gathering of Indigenous Visual Artists of the Pacific Rim

The Artists featured in this Exhibition are participating in this international gathering, or hui, as it is called in New Zealand and Hawaii. This hui is part of a long history of such gatherings organized and hosted by Indigenous organizations in New Zealand, Hawaii and here in Olympia, Washington since 1995.      During the week of August 24 to August 31, 2017, the artists are coming together to create art at The Evergreen State College Longhouse. They work in carving, fiber arts, clay, printmaking, painting, 3-D fine metals, photography and glass.

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Student in Tribal Governance concentration wins prestigious AISES award

Melissa Naeimi, MPA Class of 2018, has been chosen for the prestigious Lighting the Pathway to Faculty Careers for Natives in STEM Programs initiated by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES). The program supports students with advice, conference attendance, support, travel and other amenities throughout their graduate and PhD studies.  Congratulations, Melissa!

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Congratulations on Becoming Dean, Larry Geri!

MPA faculty member Larry Geri will become Evergreen’s next Curriculum Dean effective July 2017.  The MPA Program will miss Larry terribly, but looks forward to working with him in this College-level administrative role.   Congratulations, Larry!

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MPA Adjunct Katherine Hines Receives 2017 Forward Under 40 Award

Meet 2017 Forward under 40 Award recipient Katherine Himes Mba’01 University of Wisconsin Major: Management and Human Resources (Entrepreneurship Concentration) Age: 39 | Olympia, Washington Foreign Policy Scholar and Freelance Author From 2011 to 2015, Katherine Himes held a dual role as a “scientist-diplomat” when she was a valued adviser to government ambassadors and policymakers. As an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) science and technology policy fellow and science adviser, she served the U.S.

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