Resources for Faculty

Access the following useful documents for faculty by logging in to Google with your UW e-mail address (i.e., using your UW NetID and password.

Key Information

Screencap of the annual key dates documentKey Dates for Faculty
Application deadlines for events, grants, and opportunities throughout the academic year.
Screencap of the who-to-contact resourceWho to Contact…
Which staff members to get in touch with about funding opportunities, events, courses, students, social media announcements, and more.

Events, Visitors, and Meals

Screenshot of event proposal formEvent Request Form
Propose an event for the coming academic year.
Screencap of the event planning flow formEvent Planning Flow
All of the steps staff and faculty take in planning, organizing, and publicizing an event.
Policies & Procedures: Events, Visitors, Food & BeveragesScreencap of events policy form
Policies around planning events, bringing speakers to campus, and reimbursements for meals with visitors.
Visitor Meal Request FormScreencap of meal request form
Submit information about proposed meals with visitors. (More information in the policies above.)

Financial Support

Screenshot of faculty support formFaculty Support Request Form
Request financial support for research, teaching, or travel.


Screenshot showing the courses FAQCourses: Frequently Asked Questions
How to create a new course, make changes to an existing course, plus what it means for courses to be “jointly offered” versus “withered,” and more.

Mission & Bylaws

Screencap of the mission and vision statementMission & Vision Statement
The mission statement and strategic priorities for Jewish Studies at the University of Washington, created in 2018.
BylawsScreencap of bylaws
The Stroum Center for Jewish Studies’ bylaws, approved by the faculty in 2019.

Other Resources

JSIS Financial Forms: Need financial forms from the Jackson School? Find them here.

Syllabus Guidelines: Looking for guidance when creating a syllabus or planning a course? Check out the Faculty Council on Academic Standards’ helpful syllabus guidelines. Remember to include the required accommodations language in your syllabus.