Saint Martin’s College of Arts and Sciences to Host Events Focused on Race and Diversity, Social Justice and Literature

Saint Martin’s College of Arts and Sciences will host several events this fall that focus on race and diversity, social justice and literature. The events include the latest installments from the University’s two longstanding series: the Robert A. Harvie Social Justice Lecture Series and the Les Bailey Writers Series. “These events demonstrate the full breadth…

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The New York Times Publishes Report That Shows Saint Martin’s Graduates Fare Well in Income Mobility

The New York Times recently published an interactive report about which institutions provide access to students in lower income percentiles and whether those institutions help those students move to the upper fifth of income distribution. The report showed that Saint Martin’s graduates fared well in terms of income mobility. The report in The New York…

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TuneUp Your Business this Fall

Are you seeing the returns you hoped for from your business? Introducing Business TuneUp! This fall, take control of your business and gain more personal time with Business TuneUp, a program brought to you by the Thurston Economic Development Council Center for Business & Innovation. The TuneUp training program is designed for business owners who…

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