“I think it’s really exciting. One could say Oh, the challenges are overwhelming but the students are so exciting, and they have so many new ideas . . . they want so much to make a difference in how people live their lives. It’s a great time to be a dean.”
My good friend and Washington’s former Governor, Chris Gregoire, visited the Evans School this week to guest lecture in our Public Speaking skills workshop class, taught by Acting Assistant Professor Grant Blume.
Following the Diversity Committee’s first meeting of the new academic year last week, I am pleased that we are now able to share the Evans School’s Blueprint for Diversity, 2017-2021 and the results of the 2017 Equity & Inclusion Survey.
As some of you may know, the Evans School is in the midst of a fundraising campaign with three main goals: to remodel Parrington Hall, to attract and retain the best faculty, and to make our graduate degree more accessible to more students by increasing the number of fell