Graduate Assistantship Opening
The Academic Success and Career Center is seeking a graduate assistant working directly with students in the development of their career interests and aspirations. This position includes a salary for nine months and graduate student health insurance, and will start fall of 2020 and continue for the full nine months and preferably into the next year.
Multiple Teaching Assistantship Openings
The Sport Management program is seeking multiple graduate students to fill teaching assistantships in the program. The positions are for 20 hours a week and include tuition waivers, a monthly salary and graduate student health insurance. These are nine-month appointments starting in August 2020 and are renewable. Additional summer employment may be available. Priority will be given to students admitted to the graduate program in Sport Management at Washington State University.
Career Coach Graduate Assistant
The Voiland College Internships and Career Services Office has an opening for a Career Coach Graduate Assistant. The deadline to apply is January 24, 2020. Application review begins January 2, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.
Graduate assistantship for Spring 2020
The Health Promotion Liaison has an opening for a Graduate Assistant. Position is available for Spring 2020, with pay and benefits consistent with a graduate assistantship at step 42.
Assistantship appointments provide financial support to a graduate student who engages in teaching (TA), research (RA), and/or service (SA or GA). Departments and programs generally make assistantship offers during the admissions process; however, current students may be eligible for an assistantship in their program if funding is available. Graduate assistantships may include a tuition waiver, health insurance, and a monthly stipend. Students should contact their department or graduate program to learn more about assistantship opportunities.
Each year the Graduate School and the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) recognize graduate students of outstanding achievement with numerous awards, including:
Distinguished Graduate Research Program
The Graduate School provides a number of donor-funded scholarships within specific disciplines that require nomination from your department. To learn about these scholarships and request nomination from your department, visit the scholarships website.
Graduate School Scholarships include:
- Richard R. and Constance M. Albrecht Scholarship
- Ann Chittenden Holland Master’s Thesis Award for Graduate Student Excellence
- Charles Allen Master’s Thesis Award
- Karen P. Depauw Leadership Award
- Arnold and Julia Greenwell Memorial Scholarship for Social Sciences and Humanities
- Anne and Russ Fuller Fellowship for Interdisciplinary Research/Scholarship
- Graduate School Recruitment Scholarship for STEM Disciplines
- Graduate School Dissertation Year Fellowship
Visit WSU’s general scholarship page.
Visit the Open Education Database for more scholarship opportunities.
Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP)
The WRGP allows master’s graduate certificate, and Ph.D. students who are residents of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) states to enroll in any participating programs within the participating institutions and pay resident tuition. The average savings is about $14,900 per student.
How to apply
Apply for admission and identify yourself as a WICHE WRGP applicant to be considered for the discounted tuition rate. Programs give a limited number of reduced tuition seats each year, so apply early.
Students should work with their faculty advisor to identify potential internship opportunities that fit within their program of study. Students who wish to participate in a fall or spring internship are required to meet the University’s continuous enrollment policy by either enrolling in a minimum of two graduate credits, be in continuous doctoral status, or be approved for official internship leave. Please see the complete Internship leave policy.
Prestigious Fellowships and How to Apply
Applying for external fellowships and grants is an excellent professional development experience for many students who will be seeking academic career placement where grant funding is a necessity. The Graduate School offers training every spring to help students apply for a number of prestigious fellowships. Find out more about how to apply for these prestigious fellowships HERE
The NIH Protein Biotechnology Training Program at Washington State University offers interdisciplinary training to enhance the graduate experience and produce versatile scientists and engineers to address the future needs of biotechnology in academic, industrial, or government service.
The program provides state-of-the-art training in basic science relevant to biotechnology and an education in the applied aspects of biotechnology, with particular emphasis on protein science.
Trainees in the Program are admitted for graduate studies through one of the participating academic units, then nominated for a traineeship:
- Department of Chemistry
- School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering
- Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health
- School of Molecular Biosciences
- Program in Molecular Plant Sciences
- Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology
Trainee positions are supported by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, part of the National Institutes of Health, and contributions by Washington State University.