The Ruckelshaus Center is currently seeking a Statewide Senior Facilitator for Projects and Programs, and a Statewide Senior Facilitator for Projects and Strategic Initiatives. For more information and to apply, click here.
The Ruckelshaus Center is currently accepting applications for its development internship program. For more information and to apply, click here.
In mid-2019, the Ruckelshaus Center released its final report on the Road Map to Washington’s Future. The purpose of the project was to articulate a vision of Washington’s desired future and identify additions, revisions, or clarifications to the state’s growth management and planning framework needed to reach that future. Read more about the project here.
NEW PUBLICATION FEATURING THE CENTER
Senior Project and Development Lead, Chris Page, was recently quoted in the Journal of American Planning Association‘s publication Where Should We Have the Meeting?
Center Director, Michael Kern, is co-author of a recently published article, “How Collaborative Governance Practitioners Can Assess the Effectiveness of Collaborative Environmental Governance While Also Evaluating Their Own Services”, via Society and Natural Resources Journal.
RUCKELSHAUS CENTER ON TVW
TVW’s weekly show, The Impact focused on the work of the Ruckelshaus Center in a ten-minute interview with Michael Kern, Director of the Ruckelshaus Center. Watch the interview.
HEAR ABOUT THE CENTER ON KOMO RADIO
KOMO Radio interviewed Michael Kern, Director of the Ruckelshaus Center about the work the Center does and how beneficial the partnership between the University of Washington and Washington State University has been to solving complex policy issues within Washington.
Listen to the Interview here.
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