Graduate Student Hub

This page serves as a resource and a central hub for programming and support for graduate students at the University of Washington Bothell. We encourage you to reach out to your Graduate Advisor (see below) to share suggestions for graduate student support, resources, academic and social events, or anything that you wish to contribute to enriching graduate culture on campus.

Events & Announcements

Check the UW Bothell Calendar for academic and social events for graduate students. Simply click the "graduate" filter on the right to view only the graduate events. Feel free to send any graduate-specific events or activities you know of to your Graduate Advisor to have posted on the calendar.

Apply Now to be a Graduate Student Senator

ASUWB is seeking qualified candidates for their Graduate Student Senator. This is an outstanding opportunity to network with other students, build relationships with campus administration, and advocate for policy and social change on campus. Student government’s mission is to serve as the official representative voice for all students at UWB and empower students. Highlights of the senator responsibilities include:

  • Attend all Senate meetings;
  • Make regular reports of Senate business available to their constituents;
  • Work with other members of the Senate to execute all ASUWB events;
  • Follow up with students about specific issues and needs and direct comments to the appropriate administration, faculty, or staff member with the help of the ASUWB Senate;
  • Vote on legislation and action items that come up at Senate meetings;
  • Develop and implement surveying methods to get constituents involved, informed, and provide information for ASUWB decisions and actions;
  • Sit on committees, councils, and other forms of ASUWB representation on or off campus;

Candidate registrations are due on October 24th at noon, with mandatory candidate meeting at 3 pm. Campaigning will begin on October 27th, and voting will end on November 7th. Elected senators will serve November 10th through the end of the academic year. More information about available positions, timeline of elections, and candidate registration is available online.

Graduate Professional Development Series - Presented by Career Services

  • Autumn 2014: Advanced Resumes and Cover Letter Workshop. Tuesday, October 21st and Wednesday October 22nd (choose one). Sessions are held from 6:00 - 8:00 pm in UW1-103.  Register here. Email Mojan Ahmadi with quetions.
  • Winter 2015: Interviewing for Professionals. Tuesday, February 10th and Wednesday February 11th (choose one). Sessions are held from 6:00 - 8:00 pm in UW1-103.
  • Spring 2015: Networking and LinkedIn. Tuesday, April 14th and Wednesday April 15th (choose one). Sessions are held from 6:00 - 8:00 pm in UW1-103.

UWB Names First Don Whitney Memorial Scholar

For her outstanding academic performance and lifelong leadership in community service, University of Washington Bothell MBA student Jen Landry becomes the first recipient of the Don Whitney Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded through the university’s School of Business. Read more in the November 13 Press Release.

Cultural Studies student Dominique Garcia wins Latino Scholars Graduate School Fellowship

IAS Master of Arts in Cultural Studies student Dominique Garcia won a Latino Scholars Graduate School Fellowship.  Established with the support of faculty members and community leaders, the new fellowship is intended to provide financial assistance to graduate students who have a demonstrated commitment to Latino communities.

Student Academic Enhancement Fund (SAEF) Award

UW Bothell students have the opportunity to apply for travel funds from the Student Academic Enhancement Fund (SAEF), established by the Services and Activities Fee Committee and administered by ASUWB. Awards of up to $1,500 are available to help fund students’ educational travel. A complete application, including a letter of recommendation, must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the first day of the event. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. You may be contacted for clarification and may be asked to present your proposal to ASUWB.

Meet the Graduate Advisors

School of Business
Jana Hyde, Manager MBA Programs

School of Business
Jana Davis, Manager MS Accountin

School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); Computing and Software Systems (CSS)
Megan Jewell

Erica Lind

School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (IAS)
Kate Osmond


Nursing and Health Studies
Linda Bale