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School of Graduate Studies and Research

Graduate Faculty Resources

Go here to download the Graduate Faculty Handbook or The Graduate Curriculum Curriculum Guide

The Graduate School offers faculty several internal funding opportunities

The Regional Archives, situated on the corner of 15th Street and "D" Street in the Bledsoe-Washington Archives Building adjacent to the main Ellensburg campus, gives graduate students the opportunity to research local and regional topics. With photos, public records, manuscripts and other materials, the collection provides a basis for social science and humanities research
Research, Creative, and Performance Facilities and Opportunities

If your research involves human subjects, you will work with your faculty mentor or advisor to submit a protocol to the Human Subjects Review Council.
If your research involves animals, you will work with your mentor/advisor to submit a protocol to the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.

WAGS - Western Association of Graduate Schools: The primary purpose of the Western Association of Graduate Schools (WAGS) is “the consideration of mutual problems among the member institutions, relating to graduate studies and research.” This is a great resource for graduate students and faculty.

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