The Evans School has stepped up events this year hosting numerous policy impact lectures, community based events, and our Research Seminar Series. We want our events to be more accesible to the public and we've decided to record our events either through video, invitation of the media, or audio podcasts.
We saw events focused on immigration, poverty, gentrification, feminism, technology for global good, and more. We also launched our first Facebook Live event that was viewed by hundreds live and thousands after the fact. Our Research Seminar Series explored topics from food pantries to municipal bond capital, crime & punishment to early childhood intervention.
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Chris Vance, a teaching associate at the Evans School, and Christian Sinderman, political consultant, reviewed the results of the state and federal election with a bipartisan insider’s perspective.
The forum was part of Vance’s Evans School class, “Campaign Management and Political Communications.”
What Would a 21st-Century Immigration Policy Look Like? (Facebook Live Stream)
Congressman Adam Smith, 9th District, Professor Charles Hirschman, Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, UW, Professor Christine Cimini, University of Washington School of Law, Mozhdeh Oskouian, Directing Attorney, Seattle Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, and Thiago Marques, Ph.D. student, School of Sociology, University of Washington gathered for our first immigration panel. The panel discussed what immigration policy might look like in 2017.
What is the role of technology for the global good? How can policy makers, nonprofits, and governments use technology to solve our greatest challenges? Wismar Medina, Microsoft’s Industry Lead for Local and Regional Government gave a presentation at The Hub.
Anchoring and the Cost of Municipal Capital (Audio Podcast)
Evans School Professor Justin Marlowe gave a talk about the challenges of raising and investing capital in municipal markets.
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