University of Washington Bothell

General Faculty Organization


澳门赌场 purpose of the General Faculty Organization (GFO) is to serve as the forum for faculty deliberation and decision-making and for the formulation and conveyance of advice to the Chancellor of the UW Bothell Campus on a wide range of matters related to the mission of UW Bothell. 澳门赌场re are 5 councils of the GFO, each with a different set of responsiblities. To  learn more about the GFO councils, click here.  

     2021 - 2022 GFO Officers:

  • Jason Naranjo, GFO Chair
  • Shauna Carlisle, GFO Vice Chair
  • Keith Nitta, GFO Past Chair

GFO Quarterly General Meetings

General GFO meetings are held at least once per quarter. 澳门赌场 agenda is developed by the Executive Council and all faculty are invited and encouraged to attend and provide feedback and insight into important UWB topics. 

     2021/22 Schedule:



   Upcoming Faculty Events

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News & Announcements

GFO Council Charges for 2021/22 Academic Year

In order to provide transparency and clarity about the work of the GFO to Bothell faculty, students, staff, and administration, the GFO’s Executive Council has formally charged each GFO standing committee with high-priority tasks and deliverables. GFO leadership developed the priority items in charge letters collaboratively with committee chairs, through individual discussions as well as a public discussion in the Oct. 26 Executive Council meeting. Taken together, these charge letters describe the work the GFO plans to do in the 2021-22 academic year. We welcome any questions or comments on these charge letters, directed to GFO Chair Jason Narnjo ( or to the chair of the relevant GFO committee. 

Follow the links below to learn more about each council and read their 2021/22 charge letters: 


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Academic Integrity & Equitable Assessment Discussion Panel

In the Apr 29 GFO Spring meeting, a panel of UW Bothell staff and faculty shared insightful perspectives and helpful resources on the topics of academic integrity & equitable assessment at UW Bothell. If you were unable to attend the meeting, you can view a recording of the meeting here and/or read the meeting minutes (with resource links) here. 

Panel Members:

  • Katie Horowitz, Director of Residential Life & 澳门赌场 Conduct
  • Mary Toll, Assistant Director of 澳门赌场 Conduct 
  • Pen Moon, Director of Digital Learning and Engagement
  • Karen Rosenberg, Director of Learning and Teaching Collaborative
  • Emily Gismervig, Associate Teaching Professor, STEM
  • Rachel Scherr, Assistant Professor, STEM
  • Carrie Tzou, Professor, Education 


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