Former Commissioner and Evans School alum Reynaldo Pascua (MPA ’78) will be honored as the 2019 recipient of the Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs’ (CAPAA) Vanguard Award.
Highlighted in the Seattle Times, three years after scholarship pledges fell through for 10 south Seattle students, Anthony Shoecraft (MPA ’09) stepped in with a dozen other South Seattle community members to found the MoHundred Scholarship Fund and pledge to raise funds
Congratulations to Zach Kearl (MPA ’19) for being named a 2019-2020 Hatfield Fellow! Zach is one of an extraordinary class of Fellows from more than 25 graduate programs from around the United States, and a member of one of their most diverse cohorts to date.
In continuation of our celebration of Women’s History Month, we connected with another of our notable female alums who has played an important part in shaping the policy landscape of communities around the state.
The Evans School of Public Policy & Governance now ranks second in graduate public affairs programs among public universities nationwide, according to U.S.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we reached out to one of our countless inspiring female alums who has made notable contributions to our academic community and has driven meaningful change in the public sector.
On February 27th, Evans School of Public Policy and Governance alumna Renée Hopkins (’98) was chosen by King County Councilmember Joe McDermott as one of this year’s nine recipients of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Medal of Distinguished Service.