What solutions are most effective for addressing climate change? How can we create and sustain more equitable workplaces that value diversity, equity, and inclusion? How can local leaders address the housing crisis in our region? What does equitable access to health care look like?
Moving the needle on these complex issues requires investing in the institutions that are training the next generation of talent.
Consider making a one-time or ongoing gift to the Institute of Public Service, home of the Master of Public of Administration and Bachelor of Public Affairs programs. Your gift will support student scholarships, as well as professional development opportunities for all IPS stakeholders.
Are you interested in supporting IPS? There are several ways to get involved:
- Make a one-time or ongoing gift to the Institute of Public Service
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- Post internship opportunities to our undergraduate Public Affairs LinkedIn group
- Contact us about creating a Named Endowed Scholarship Fund or Named Annual Scholarship for IPS students or an endowed chair in your name
Institute of Public Service: A Conversation with Mayor Bruce Harrell, April 11th, 6:30 p.m., Pigott Auditorium, free.
Hear Bruce Harrell describe plans for turning the city around. Seattle has been through tough times, no doubt. We’re talking about all of it -- public safety, downtown revitalization, housing and overall well-being of the city. Harrell will be interviewed on stage by Larry Hubbell, professor, and Joni Balter, journalist, and several students. Presented by Seattle University's Institute of Public Service's "Conversations Series." We will follow Seattle University COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of the event.