Evergreen Photography Student To Showcase Work In Spain

Jenny Rice art photo airplane in back holding a dog

This fall, Evergreen student Jenny Rice will be heading to Spain to complete an Independent Learning Contract (ILC) in photography. There, she will have the chance to display her work at the 5th Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography in Barcelona—an opportunity she earned by placing in six different categories in this year’s Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers competition.

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Evergreen graduate teaches Senegalese farmers about natural resource conservation

Kelsall at 2017 graduation ceremony

Whether working for the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), serving as a volunteer firefighter, or interning with the state legislature, Rowan Kelsall’s various academic and professional pursuits have provided him with a wealth of experience and excitement. Now, after graduating from Evergreen in 2017, he has joined the Peace Corps and is living in Senegal, where he serves as an Agroforestry Specialist, helping teach local farmers about natural resource conservation.

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Alumna Krosbie Carter finds her place amidst politics and people

Krosbie Carter

Krosbie Carter ’10, MPA ’17 struggled to find her purpose at the beginning of her Evergreen adventure, but not anymore. As the new director of Thurston Thrives, a nonprofit organization that serves the community by improving health and safety in Thurston County, she has found her purpose. 

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Student concludes ambitious, yearlong archeology project at Priest Point Park

Harding surveyed the Mission Creek Beach.

As if earning your Bachelor’s degree was not reason enough to celebrate, when Sierra Harding graduated from Evergreen earlier this summer, she had another major reason to rejoice. For her, graduating meant that she had concluded the yearlong archeological project that she had dedicated her entire senior year toward completing.

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A talk about text with literature faculty Steve Blakeslee

Steve Blakeslee

Steve Blakeslee ‘86 doesn’t get out much. He says he prefers to stay home and read, which he can do as he prepares for his autumn courses titled On Reading Well, and Writing and Speaking in the Workplace and Beyond. Blakeslee’s mindful leadership benefits many, from an immeasurable number of students to peer faculty.

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