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The Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy & Governance joins five other top schools of public affairs to launch the Public Affairs Diversity Alliance, a joint commitment to encourage, train, mentor, and promote scholars of public affairs and policy from underrepresented groups.
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On February 25, President Ana Mari Cauce visited the Evans School’s Race and Equity in Policy and Governance class (PUBPOL 572), an elective for first-year MPA students.

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Congratulations to Daniel J. Evans Endowed Professor of Social Policy Scott Allard, whose article “State Agencies’ Use of Administrative Data for Improved Practice: Needs, Challenges, and Opportunities,” was named the 2018 winner of the Public Administration Review’s Louis Brownlow Award.
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UW News today featured two new studies today about Seattle’s minimum wage.

Alumni Profile

Equipped with the skills and expertise they gained at the Evans School, our alumni go on to impact communities across our state and beyond.  Alumna Ana Cortez (MPA ‘91) was

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Professor Heather Hill was elected to the Policy Council of the Association of Policy Analysis and Management.

Student News

Evans School Ph.D. candidate Sarah Charnes has been selected to serve on the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM)'s Student Activities Committee for 2019-2020.

Presentations, Media Hits, and Published Papers

Congrats to Professor Emeritus Pat Dobel, whose article “The Strategic Advantage of Conflict of Interest Laws,” was named the 2018 Best Guest Editorial by Public Integrity, and recog

Presentations, Media Hits, and Published Papers

UW News recently highlighted a new study led by the Evans School on a possible Washington State public bank.

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We are pleased to share that Ann Bostrom, Weyerhaeuser Endowed Professor in Environmental Policy, was elected to the board of directors of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.