The Evans School of Public Policy & Governance has a proud history with the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, hosting mid-career professionals from around the world over the course of a 25-year period. Through this partnership with the U.S. Department of State, more than 300 fellows from 100 different nations shared their unique and diverse perspectives with the Evans School community. Humphrey Fellows studied alongside our MPA students and held professional affiliations with numerous agencies and organizations throughout the Puget Sound region.  Fellows represented an array of disciplines, including natural resources and environmental management, public policy analysis and public administration, economic development, technology policy, finance and banking, human resource management, education, and urban planning.  Alongside various other international fellowship programs that the Evans School has hosted over the years, the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program deepened the Evans School community's knowledge and understanding of critical policy and management issues that cross international boundaries.