Dear Alumni -
Happy new year to you! 2016 is off to a great start for the Evans School, with a tremendously successful recruiting season behind us. I am so pleased to share with you that we have received applications for our MPA program from individuals living in 42 states and 32 counties. The Evans School is truly a global school - and much of that is thanks to you. The impact you make through your work and through your committment to equity on a local and global scale is tremendous - and is capturing the attention of future public and social sector leaders. Thank you for all you do to make our world a more just place for all of our neighbors, both near and far.
I always look forward to seeing you and hearing from you. Please stop by Parrington Hall to say hi, reach out to our Alumni Relations staff with career updates, connect with our Career Development staff to learn about hiring students and graduates, and considering investing in the next generation of Evans School students - those who will build upon your good work as the next generation of public and nonprofit leaders.
Thank you for being the engaged, passionate leaders and decision makers that you are.
Sandra O. Archibald
Dean and Professor
More than 4,000 alumni from the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy& Governance are working around the world as elected officials, public agency directors, policy advocates, researchers, nonprofit executives, and leaders in many other areas of public service. We are so PROUD of our graduates!
If you are an Evans School alum, stay connected with us!
- Attend an event to catch up with fellow alumni, with faculty, and to stay engaged with the Evans School.
- Alumni services such as career enhancement opportunities, career development resources, and ordering transcripts or replacement diplomas.
- News and networking services through the Evans School and University of Washington.
- Mentoring and volunteering opportunities such as hiring fellow graduates or being a guest speaker at one of our special events and workshops.