Funded proposals 2023-25
The Division of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs, in partnership with three schools in the Division of Academic Affairs and the Office of Marketing & Communications in the Division of Advancement, will build a robust and engaging marketing, communications and outreach infrastructure in support of strategic enrollment management goals.
School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences 4-year curriculum
The School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, in partnership with the Office of Student Academic Success and the Office of Connected Learning, will develop a student-centered, four-year curriculum that streamlines majors, reduces barriers to entry, includes community engaged learning, and builds resilience and predictability as students move toward timely degree completion.
School of Nursing & Health Studies
The School of Nursing & Health Studies will receive support for the launch of its new Master of Science in Community Health & Social Justice. It will also partner with the School of Educational Studies to pilot a graduate marketing strategy
School of Educational Studies
The School of Educational Studies will expand program offerings in the M.Ed. program, develop new academic breadth courses for elementary education students, and design support focused on recruitment and retention of future teachers of color. It will also partner with the School of Nursing & Health Studies to pilot a graduate marketing strategy.
Diversity Center Peer Mentorship Program
The Diversity Center will receive funding to continue its piloted peer mentorship program that focuses on addressing the barriers of success for marginalized students by connecting them with students trained to offer support and structure as mentors.
Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Fellows Program
The Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion will design a fellows program in alignment with O-DEI’s three strategic priorities of capacity building for DEI, organizational development and alignment of DEI, and creating a more sustainable O-DEI. The program will be open to students, staff and faculty.
Classroom technology upgrades
With funding from the UW Bothell Investment Fund and tentative funding from the Student Technology Fund, the Office of Information Technology, in partnership with the Division of Academic Affairs, will upgrade technology in three classrooms to transform the spaces into hybrid/hyflex classrooms that will enhance digital accessibility and improve the student experience.