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"Lack of data about local safety net programs, particularly nonprofit organizations, has long been a problem for scholars, community advocates, nonprofit leaders, and philanthropists."

Evans School Professor Scott Allard discusses this information void and how the Human Needs Index provides a more complete data picture for emergency services, communities, and philanthropies.

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Evans School alum Brian Surratt was named one of Puget Sound Business Journals "40 Under 40" for his work as a senior policy advisor on the city's $15 minimum wage legislation. Congratulations, Brian!

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We are thrilled to welcome the newest cohort of international students into our Master of Public Administration program. We look forward to having their expertise in our program and to building bridges across nations and cultures!

For more information on our MPA program, click here: http://ow.ly/SAGly
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From our beginning in 1962, the Evans School was founded on the principle of access to leadership roles in public service, regardless of one’s ability to pay for graduate education. Please join us at our fundraiser for Evans School student fellowships and to celebrate the 90th birthday of Governor Daniel J. Evans!

Click here to learn more and to register: http://ow.ly/SiGYM
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Leaders in the public and nonprofit sectors are measured by many things, including their ability to deliver results. Cascade Executive Programs is offering the course on effective performance management that will explore this aspect of leadership. Participants will develop the necessary knowledge, skill, and judgment required to measurably improve public value.

Click here to learn more: http://ow.ly/RWeFh
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Please share with colleagues and partners: The deadline for Public Service Clinic applications is approaching. Over the last decade, more than 250 public and nonprofit agencies have used Evans School consultant teams as a cost-effective means for addressing organizational needs and challenges. Click the link below to learn more!

http://ow.ly/RHDwS

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Government finance is a bit like Italian opera, It’s beautiful and elaborate, sure — but it’s also in a foreign language full of traditions, customs and unspoken rules most casual fans don’t understand.

Professor Justin Marlowe continues his support of public finance professionals by releasing the second installment of his Guide to Financial Literacy, via Governing Magazine. Click through the link to take a look.

http://ow.ly/RvNnS

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Which states are the best and worst for underprivileged children? Professor Crystal Hall discusses the consequences of childhood poverty and some policy options for addressing the challenge.

http://ow.ly/QVA9s
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Is foreign aid more effective when it comes from a bilateral source like USAID, or from a multinational source like UNHRC? The Evans School Policy Analysis and Research (EPAR) team investigates this question in a recent brief. Check out their findings here: http://ow.ly/QMQiF
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