Evans School of Public Policy & Governance

November 22, 2021

Cohort 4 Policy Projects

These 38 policy projects represent the culmination of a nearly two-year journey for the fourth cohort of the International Program in Public Health Leadership (IPPHL). Recruited into the program in...


Evans Post-doc Didier Alia Speaks at COP26

EPAR Post-doctoral Scholar Didier Alia presented research "Small-scale Producers' Adaptation to Climate Risks: Why it Matters, What We Know," at a UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) recently that included collaborative...


November 18, 2021

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

This past summer, Rebeca de Buen Kalman completed her Ph.D. at the Evans School, where she focused on the intersections between environmental policy, climate change policy, transportation, and public health....


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

Working with co-authors Elias Ilin and Samantha Shampine, Evans PhD student Ellie Terry recently published a research working paper at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City entitled, “Does Access to Free Pre-Kindergarten Increase Maternal Labor Supply?” The paper examines the relationship between...


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

The National Science Foundation (NSF) funded a multi-institutional team (the Cascadia Coastlines and Peoples Hazards Research Hub, or Cascadia CoPes Hub) to advance hazards sciences and increase coastal resiliency in...


November 12, 2021

IPPHL Cohort 4 Graduates

Recently, the Evans School graduated its fourth cohort in the International Program in Public Health Leadership (IPPHL). These 38 fellows from 17 countries achieved this celebratory milestone two years after…


Several Evans Ph.D. students were recognized at the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies Annual Awards

Several Evans PhD students were recognized at the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies Annual Awards dinner this week. Elizabeth Pelletier was honored for a Washington State Labor Research Grant looking…


Professor Laura Evans speaking at the Bank of Canada’s 2021 Symposium on Indigenous Economies

Professor Laura Evans will be speaking at the Bank of Canada’s 2021 Symposium on Indigenous Economies on Monday, Nov. 29th at 12:45pm PST. The event is virtual and open to…


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

​Evans PhD Student Emily Finchum-Mason recently published a piece in the Conversation discussing her research around community participation and stakeholder engagement in foundation grantmaking. The piece highlights how foundations engage…


November 10, 2021

Ph.D. Student Alicia Y.E. Ahn Leads Paper on Earthquake Risks and Disaster Prevention Awareness in Seattle and Sendai, Japan

​In the December 2021 issue of the International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Evans Ph.D. Student Alicia Ahn, Professor Ann Bostrom, and colleagues in Japan describe findings from a study...


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