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Date: 10/18

Hawrc Grand opening Shugla Kakar (Lead), Leah Shin, and Afua Tiwaa

The ASUWB Team has been working for the past two years to bring more health resources to our student body and the wellness of students over all. This fall the Health and Wellness Resource Center launched located in the ARC. The resources available in the space include AFSA/WAFSA and Scholarship Assistance, Healthcare Enrollment, Food and Utility Assistance, Reduced Fare Bus Pass, Financial Coaching, Homelessness Prevention & Housing Navigation, Assisting Payments for Financial Emergencies, Free Tax Preparation and more.

timeline February 2016

July 2017

October 2018

Advocacy for student healthcare officially launches demanding a physical space and funding.

Received contingent funding from the SAF committee after student advocacy.

The HAWRC opens on October 24th, 2018.

Goals

Result

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Expand health and wellness resources on campus.

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To outreach the HAWRC and their services to the students.

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Over 100 students attended the opening. Received valuable feedback from students for better services. Built regular student visits

Impact Level The HAWRC is a culmination of efforts from the past ASUWB teams and countless hours of student advocacy. Each week, a large number of students schedule regulary with the HAWRC showing further demand for healthcare support for the student body.

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Date: 07/18 - 12/18

Relationship Building Leah Shin

During this quarter, the ASUWB team met with the Chancellor’s Leadership Team, Student Engagement & Activities orgs to grow partnership, ASUW, GPSS, ASUWT for new opportunities to collaborate. At the Who Am I? Event with the Diversity Center, the team partnered with in three main speakers, 9 Husky Alumni, and representatives from Career Services, the International Center, and Veteran departments. In addition, the ASUWB President met with UW President Ana Mari to share ASUWB goals to further advocate for student needs.

timeline October 2018

November 2018

December 2018

Meetings with Chancellor’s Leadership team and student organizations.

Tri-Campus meeting with ASUW, GPSS, and ASUWT. Who Am I? event with Diversity Center

Meeting with BoR and the Provost at the holiday reception. TriCampus Book Drive

Goals

Result

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Develop strong relationships with student-impacting groups on campus.

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Tri-Campus initiatives including the textbook drive.

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Partner with influencial parties to advocate for student needs.

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Stronger connection with student organizations on campus.

Impact Level In history, the student organizations at UW Bothell have distantly operated. However, with the new connections building in the student space, the ASUWB team is able to bridge the gaps and allow collaboration to form.

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Date: 09/18 - 01/19

Legislative Session Aaron Yared

This upcoming legislative session is an important year for UW Bothell. With the new STEM building in planning for construction, the institution is looking to receive $35 Million in funding. This is the largest capital budget requested in this biennium for budget and must be passed to complete the construction. To achieve this, the ASUWB team has been working with the administration, ASUW Seattle, and ASUW Tacoma to build a cohesive legislative agenda for the 2019 legislative session.

timeline November 2018

December 2018

January 2019

Hiring of the Legislative Liaison who will be advocating for UW Bothell in Olympia during session.

The ASUWB team approved the Legislative Agenda for 2019. SLAC first meeting.

The 2019 session begins with the budget for the next binnenium taking place.

Goals

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Created the Legislative Agenda in collaboration with WSA, ASUW, ASUWT, GPSS, and UW Bothell Administration.

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Student Legislative Action Committee is revived.

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Bring passionate students to the state capitol during session to advocate for funding of UW 4. Hiring a Legislative Liaison and working with Washington Student Association to further enhance student experience.

Impact Level In this binnenium of legislative session, the student lobbyists will be advocating for UW Bothell’s capital budget for UW 4 building. This will not only allow UW Bothell to continue to expand, but it will also advance the STEM departments and research facilities that allow students and faculty to succeed.

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Date: 11/18

Campus Safety Tailgate Alondra Pangilinan (Lead), Afua Tiwaa, Warisha Soomro, Dev Mathur, John Kim, Malea Capuno, Leah Shin, and Shugla Kakar

This event was an initiative to get students familiarized with the campus safety team and resources. It was a welcoming event that provided a safe place for students to come and meet the campus safety team, give their feedback, and learn more about our campus. In addition to games and surveys, the campus safety team was able to engage directly with the student body by teaching them how to use road flares, discover the anatomy of a police vehicle, and other interactive activitivies.

timeline October 2018

November 2018

Planning for the event with the Campus Safety Team.

The event is outreached. The event takes place on November 5-6th.

Goals

Result

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Get student feedback on Campus Safety needs and concerns.

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Over 50 students attended the event.

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Inform students on resources, initiatives, and opportunities.

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Over 20 student who attended took the campus safety survey.

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Create a friendly space for students to get to know the Campus Safety team.

Impact Level The ASUWB team and the campus safety team collaboration allowed students to connect with the campus safety team in a welcoming setting. Over 50 students attended and left with positive feedback for both ASUWB and the campus safety team.

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Date: 07/18 - 11/18

Charging Stations Rayyan Hussain (Lead), Aaron Yared, Dev Mathur

Since last year, the ASUWB team noticed the lack of technology support on campus. One of the solutions that we brought on campus was charging stations. After working with a vendor to find reasonable prices, the team obtained 7 table top charging stations ASUWB branded. Furthermore, the charging stations were deployed for all students to use and the response has been very positive.

timeline July 2018

November 2018

The order for charging station was funded by STF and placed.

The charging stations were built and deployed.

Goals

Result

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Provide students with accessible charging options on campus.

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Increase support of technology and ASUWB presence.

6 charging stations were deployed and placed in high foot traffic areas.

Impact Level The charging stations support various mobile devices that students carry during the day. With the initiative of ASUWB, students will be able to stay fully charged and oriented.

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Date: 9/18 - 1/19

Bylaws, Updates, & Governance Caleb Lohrmann (Lead), Aaron Yared, Dev Mathur, John Kim, Leah Shin, Shugla Kakar

This project was to ensure that any changes in the Bylaws or Constitution are accurately reflected in the governing documents. As well to make sure the appropriate processes are being followed. This consisted of clarifying language of the governing documents in both an official (through the constitutional interpretation committee) and in unofficial capacity. This also consisted of better ways ASUWB members could create and understand policies including implementing a resolution format following a policy creation process.

timeline October 2018

December 2018

Bylaw changes regarding the wording “Academic Term�.

Constitution Interpretation Committee clarified the poor standing process.

Goals

Result

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Clarify any ambiguity in the ASUWB governing document.

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Ensuring that the ASUWB follows the governing document.

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Ensuring that the ASUWB governing document is understandable for students.

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Two changes minor amendments in the ASUWB Bylaws Introduction of the resolution process. Interpretation of the poor standing procedures.

Impact Level With the major student government restructure in 2017-2018 academic year, the new ASUWB constitution and bylaws were adjusted to fit the current practices of operations. The following updates on its procedures will allows the ASUWB team to further clarify proceses as they operate in the future.

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Date: 09/18 - 12/18

Holly the Husky Hiring Dev Mathur (Lead), Leah Shin, Ariana Navarro, John Kim

The Holly the Husky project was intialized by the Director of Outreach and Marketing, John Kim. After allocating the budget for the program, the task was to hire three students to become Holly the Husky as a part time commitment. With the help of the Internal Affairs team, and the ASUWB advisor, the new Holly was able to be hired for the 2018-2019 academic year.

timeline September 2018

December 2018

Holly the Husky Program is revamped.

Hiring for the new Holly is finished and approved.

Goals

Result

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Enhance school spirit and engage the student body.

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Restructure Holly’s program with more organization.

4 students are chosen to be Holly the mascot.

Impact Level Holly the Husky is the official UW Bothell mascot brought to life by the former ASUWB team. Through the revival of the program, Holly is able to engage the students with purple and gold spirit which allows the students to have a great time while participating in UW Bothell events.

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Date: 9/18 - 1/19

ASUWB Budget Management Zack Nelson (Lead), Leah Shin, Shugla Kakar, Caleb Lohrmann

Throughout the 2018-2019 academic year, the ASUWB team must keep track of the budget and make smart financial choices. For the upcoming academic year, new budget request must be made to the Student Activities Fee Committee by abiding its policies and procedures. During the process, the ASUWB team reflected both internally and externally to develop a financial budget that best fit the needs of the organization and the mission which is to enhance the student experience at UW Bothell.

timeline November 2018

December 2018

January 2019

Created V1 for SAF budget request. Reviewed with ASUWB Team and advisor.

Edited and reviewed SAF budget request with the directors.

Finalized draft for SAF budget request and approved by the ASUWB board.

Goals

Result

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Maintain and update budget up-to-date with accurate information.

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Preparing ASUWB budget for the next cycle.

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100% accurate reporting of expenses and reconciliation. Optimized version of ASUWB budget for the 2019-2020 cycle.

Impact Level This project indirectly impacts all students of the associated body. However, it does not have an immediate impact to the day-to-day interaction in the student experience.

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Date: 09/18 - 12/18

SAEF Restructure Ariana Navarro (Lead), Leah Shin, Zack Nelson

A new process for Student Academic Enhancement Fund was created to properly allocate the monetary caps across the academic year. Since SAEF budget is a finite resource, the new procedure was developed to ensure accessibility of the resource to as many students as possible. New measures will allow more student opportunities to travel and optimize the distribution of funds.

timeline October 2018

December 2018

Drafting of the new SAEF policy with the ASUWB team and administration.

New procedures for SAEF is finalized and approved by the ASUWB board.

Goals

Result

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Allow more student travel opportunities through SAEF.

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Adjust policy to be equitable and accessible for all students.

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New cap for travel is adjusted to $1000. New group cap for travel is adjusted to $2250.

Impact Level SAEF is the largest program owned by the ASUWB team. With $25,000 annual budget, ASUWB has supported the travel of over 100 motivated students with funds. With the new structure, the SAEF program will allow even more students to be funded.

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Date: 11/18

ASUWB Brand Launch Party John Kim (Lead), Dev Mathur, Malea Capuno

The Brand Launch Party was an event organized to introduce the new ASUWB brand. At the event were new merchandise with ASUWB branding, interactive poster, and festive decoration to celebrate the redesigned logo.

timeline September 2018

November 2018

The ASUWB team designed the new logo and was approved by the board.

The Brand Party took place at the ARC.

Goals

Result

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Let students know about the new ASUWB brand.

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Engage with the student body and increase ASUWB presence on campus.

Intimate engagement with the students. Low number turnouts.

Impact Level The ASUWB team and the campus safety team collaboration allowed students to connect with the campus safety team in a welcoming setting. Over 50 students attended and left with positive feedback for both ASUWB and the campus safety team.

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Date: 07/18 - 11/18

ASUWBxDC WHO AM I? Warisha Soomro (Lead), Afua Tiwaa, Alondra Pangilinan, Dev Mathur, John Kim, Malea Capuno, Leah Shin, and Shugla Kakar

Last year, the ASUWB President Dominick Juarez received $5,000 from one of the regent to create a broad impact around diversity and inclusion. The “Who Am I?” panel was the first of a three-part event series to help students set themselves up for success by embracing their background and providing an avenue to engage with different industries in their exploration of personal values and interests. This series also highlight the importance in looking at social identities as strengths when developing professional aspirations and connections.

timeline August 2018

October 2018

November 2018

Grant funds are allocated to the event series and the event series are finalized.

Event date, time, location and partners are confirmed for the event.

Speakers and panelists are confirmed. The event took place on November 28th, 2018.

Goals

Result

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Opportunities for students to explore career paths.

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Over 160 students attended the event.

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Networking outside of classrooms.

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Expanded UW Bothell’s network with 12 industry professionals.

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Connect students to industry leaders and alumni.

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First student-led event focusing on diversity and career.

Impact Level Over 160 student attended with speakers from Microsoft, Amazon, Kaiser, T-Mobile, Criminal Law, and more. Students left with very positive experience and the ASUWB team was able to build stronger relationship with the panelists and alumni.

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