Central Washington University’s Graduate Faculty are vital to the institution’s intellectual fabric. Graduate Faculty serve as role models for graduate students, set the standards for quality graduate programming, and drive the research and creative achievements of the institution.
Graduate faculty are members of the university faculty, including retired faculty, who are selected based on their qualifications to teach graduate level courses, advise graduate students, and commit to improving and enhancing graduate studies. There are five categories of membership in the Graduate Faculty: Regular, Associate, Affiliate, Special and Retired.
Click here to download the Graduate Faculty Recommendation form and review detailed information.
Todd Thornley, a Blenheim, New Zealand native, who recently earned his Master's Degree in Exercise SGraduate Dean's Award Recipient Announced
Master’s student Gina DeNoble has been selected to receive the School of Graduate Studies and ReseGraduate Thesis Collaboration A Great Success
For graduate student Krista Connelly, March 16 marked the culmination of a year's worth of work when
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