Evans School of Public Policy & Governance

Sarah Charnes finished her Ph.D. at the Evans School in December 2021, where her dissertation research focused on food assistance and food insecurity. The Evans School caught up with Sarah…

Kim Eckart UW News More than a year into the pandemic, Washington nonprofits have shown resiliency in serving their communities and staying afloat, a study from the Evans School of...

In 2014, Seattle passed a minimum wage law that raised the city's minimum wage from the state's minimum wage of $9.47 to $15, phased-in over several years.  Mayor Murray and...

Evans faculty Isabelle Cohen recently appeared on the VoxDev Talk podcast, where she discussed an experiment she conducted in conjunction with the Uganda Revenue Authority to test a tax encouragement...

Evans Post-doc Didier Alia Speaks at COP26

A Q&A with Rebeca de Buen Kalman (PhD ’21)

Evans PhD Student Ellie Terry Examines Impact of Free Pre-K

Interview with Professor Ann Bostrom, Co-Principal Investigator at Newly Established Cascadia CoPes Hub

Ph.D. Student Emily Finchum-Mason piece published in the Conversation

A Q&A with Ben Glasner (PhD ’21)

A Q&A with Veda Patwardhan (PhD ’21)

Sharing Power: The Landscape of Participatory Practices & Grantmaking Among Large U.S. Foundations

Evaluating Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Policies Potential for Violence Prevention

Evans School researchers document approaches and challenges in ensuring access to small business grant and loan programs during COVID-19

Local Impacts of a Global Crisis: How Washington State Nonprofits are Responding to COVID-19

Rachel Fyall Receives ARNOVA Award on Philanthropic Impact

Alison Cullen receives $2M NSF grant to study ‘megafires’

Rachel Fyall and Matt Fowle Awarded COVID-19 Research Grants

Autumn 2019 – Research Report