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. Please send any graduate-specific events or activities to your Graduate Advisor for posting.

Graduate Professional Development Series - Presented by Career Services

  • 2014-15 Workshop Series presentations available here.
  • 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. Email Mojan Ahmadi with quetions.

Project Flash Talks! - Submissions due Feb 20

Present your original reserach, creative work, project designs, curriculum plans, bausiness plans, etc. at the 2015 Project Flash Talks! the week of April 20th. Project Flash Talks! is a fast-paced event that uses a five-minute presentation format structured by up to 20 timed PowerPoint slides. Gain skills and confidence in presenting your work to audiences that include those inside and outside your field of expertise; get feedback; make connections. Project Flash Talks! will help prepare you for capstone presentations, the Career Fair, research symposia, and other professional opportunities.Submissions are due by February 20th, click here for more information and cotact Sarah Leadly with questions.

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, MBA Programs

School of Business
Jana Davis, MS Accounting

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

School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
Hayley Leventhal, MS Electrical Engineering

Erica Lind

School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (IAS)
Kate Osmond


Nursing and Health Studies
Linda Bale