A tent city at UW

In what may be a first for a public university, this winter the University of Washington is hosting a tent city on campus—and an Evans School alumna and an Evans School professor are key participants in the project.

This Winter Quarter Tent City 3 (TC3) calls the University of Washington’s Seattle campus home. The tent city is located in west campus, near Portage Bay. This will be the first time the UW has hosted an official tent city. It wouldn’t have happened without strong student efforts and some lessons from an Evans School education.

Sally Clark (MPA ‘04), Director of...

President Obama Signs Daniel J. Evans Olympic National Park Wilderness Act

President Barack Obama signed Senate Bill 3028, the "Daniel J. Evans Olympic National Park Wilderness Act," which re-designates the 1,370 square miles Olympic Wilderness in the State of Washington as the Daniel J. Evans Wilderness. Comprising more than 95% of Olympic National Park, it is the largest wilderness area in the State of Washington.

The designation honors the former member of the Washington State House of Representatives, former three-term governor and U.S. Senator and former president of The Evergreen State College. The bill, and a companion bill in the House,...

Nancy Bell Evans Center faculty showcase research at ARNOVA

The Nancy Bell Evans Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy (NBEC) was established in 2004 and is named for Nancy Bell Evans, who has served as a leader in the public and nonprofit sectors for more than 30 years. NBEC is housed at the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance.

Nancy Bell Evans Center faculty and affiliates presented papers and participated in four panels at the Association for Research on Nonprofits and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) conference held in November....

2016 Fellowship Dinner and Campaign Launch

Together, for the future of public service leadership

At the Fellowship Dinner & Campaign Launch more than 300 incredible supporters collectively raised more than $450,000 for Evans School student fellowships—and the difference this will make in the lives of our students is transformational.

Collectively we are investing in the next generation of public servants so that more public leaders will serve in the footsteps of James Bush, Brian Chung, Erin Kahn, Governor Dan and Nancy Evans, and the Honorable Norman B. Rice. Evans School student fellowships assure...

The 2016 Election: What happened? Why did it happen? What does it mean?

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.”

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PUBPOL 201: Intro to Public Policy & Governance New Undergraduate Class

This introduction to the field of policy analysis, governance, and public service teaches students how to analyze and evaluate policy and actions, as well as how individuals organize for common purposes.

International Program in Public Health Leadership
Congratulations to General Chiarelli (MPA '80)

This graphic was made from an excerpt of the article entitled "2016 Distinguished Alumni Veteran Gen Peter Chiarellia, MPA '80, U.S. Army" that appears in Columns magazine.

The New Restitution: How Debt, Taxation, and Punishment are Transforming Restorative Aims in Criminal Justice

“Is debt itself a form of punishment?” Karin Martin Ph.D. asked. She paused and let the question hang in the air. “It seems so.”

Dr. Martin gave a well-received talk as a part of the Evans School’s Research Seminar Series highlighting her new research project called “The New Restitution: How Debt, Taxation, and Punishment are Transforming Restorative Aims in Criminal Justice.”

Martin is a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley for 2016 on leave from John Jay...

Race and Social Equity: A Nervous Area of Government

With standing-room only, students, faculty, and community members packed into the Evans School’s Remak Commons to hear Dr. Susan T. Gooden give a talk in the Evans School’s first research seminar of the 2016-17 school year.

Gooden’s talk was titled “Race and Social Equity: A Nervous Area of Government” after her recent book of the same title.

Gooden kicked off the seminar by reflecting on how the University of Washington has already shown a strong, institutional commitment to improving racial and social justice.

“I think you have...