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Despite the economic downturn, many of you are still receiving job offers and we want you to be prepared.

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Produced with research partners, Professor Ann Bostrom has had two new pieces of research published on comparative risk science as it relates to coronavirus outcomes and the earthquake early warning system for the West Coast of the U.S., ShakeAlert.
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The University of Washington has announced that 2020 Evans School graduates Elizabeth Esborn and Channing Nesbitt were among sixteen students selected for the 2020 Bonderman Fellowship.
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This summer, Evans School Associate Professor Crystal Hall, and recent alumni Puja Kumar (MPA ’20) and Sehej Singh (MPA’20) will work with the U.S. Office of Evaluation Sciences (OES) and Small Business Administration (SBA).  In this work, they will work with a set of local governments around the country to understand how they are incorporating considerations of equity into the design and implementation of their COVID-19 grant and loan programs for small businesses. 
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Not only has COVID-19 shifted the landscape of employment, it has also changed the competencies that employers are prioritizing in new hires.

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The University of Washington Population Health Initiative announced the award of approximately $333,000 in COVID-19 economic recovery research grants to 18 different faculty-led teams, five of whom represent the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance.
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The reports were prepared in response to state budgetary provisos directing a study of the feasibility of a state-created public cooperative bank. This Bank would assist members manage cash and investments more efficiently and establish a sustainable funding source of ready capital for infrastructure and economic development.
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For job seekers, it is more important than ever to demonstrate your unique skillset and your potential to add value to the employer’s organization. We have compiled a series of advice to help your application stand out and to make a memorable impression on any hiring manager. 
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Rad Cunningham (MPA '10 and MPH ‘10) is a senior epidemiologist with the Washington State Department of Health and has been uniquely equipped to address the coronavirus pandemic.
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Kate Dean (EMPA ‘15) is a Jefferson County Commissioner and has experienced first-hand the political challenges of addressing the COVID-19 crisis.