New Undergraduate Education Committee Rep: Rachel Graf (Pre-Exams)

Because the candidate ran unopposed, they have been installed in their respective offices without an election as per Article V, Section 4 of our constitution.  As per the same item, their instillation will remain tentative for three days, allowing the graduate student population a final chance to declare candidacy and, thereby, force election proceedings.  If, after three days, no new candidates have come forward, the above will be granted full authority to represent the interests of graduate students in the department of English to their respective committees.

We still have seats that need to be filled, particularly:

(2 seats) GPSS Senators for Creative Writing Track
(2 seats) GPSS Senators for MATESOL Track

If you are interested in one of these positions or just want to help out, please contact enggso @

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Summerly yours,
Ed Chang + Annie Dwyer
Executive Officers
English Graduate Student Organization (GSO)

About Ed Chang

Edmond Chang is a Ph.D. Candidate in English at the University of Washington in Seattle. His main areas of interest are technoculture, digital studies, cultural studies, queer studies, film, visual rhetoric, literary nonfiction, composition, myth, role-playing games, video games, and popular culture. He graduated from the University of Maryland with his BA in English, a BA in Classics, and his MA in English. He has taught at the university level for over twelve years.
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