In this course you will review the history, politics, and institutions related to current energy policy and administration with particular attention to the Pacific Northwest and development of hydroelectric power.
The course will help prepare students to contribute to grid modernization as project developers, engineers, program managers, policy analysts, business analysts, attorneys, economists and other key positions.
Agile Project Management equips government learners with a new suite of practical concepts and tools for addressing these contemporary challenges. The course is unique in that participants can expect to immediately apply their new knowledge and skills in their government work context.
The Professional Certificate in Tribal Relations, offered by the Institute of Tribal Government (ITG) in the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government, will be offering five of its sessions to the public as an open-registration professional development opportunity.
Volunteer Engagement and Leadership (VELP) is a series of courses designed to teach students the skills needed to develop and manage a strong network of volunteers to support their organization’s mission.
An overview session on the current state of public engagement. How has it changed as a result of COVID? Who sets the agenda for inclusive engagement and how can you as an elected leader or staff develop a more inclusive engagement strategy?
The Executive Seminar Program engages case study topics to catalyze leadership development. Through class readings, lectures, and interaction with guest speakers and visiting faculty, participants learn to recognize leadership attributes in themselves and others.