Academic Human Resources (Faculty HR)
UW Tacoma is committed to fostering a community of educators who are dedicated to creating the best possible learning experience for our students. Achieving this goal requires employing quality faculty and motivated academic staff.
Academic HR News
Congratulations to the following faculty on their recent award to promotion and/or tenure:
Awarded Tenure and Promoted to Associate Professor
Sushil Oswal, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Jenny Sheng, Institute of Technology
Arindam Tripathy, Milgard School of Business
Anne Wessells, Urban Studies
Promoted from Full-Time Lecturer to Senior Lecturer
Teresa Holt-Schaad, Social Work Program
Congratulations to the following faculty that will be recognized at the Spring Celebration:
Distinguished Teaching Award:
Ellen Moore, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Distinguished Research Award:
Peter Horak, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Community Engagement Award: winner announced soon!
Open Faculty Positions
Information about current positions seeking applicants is located on the UW Academic Human Resources website. Find detailed information HERE.
Dr. Dinglasan-Panlilio, IAS
Dr. Michael Forman, IAS
Dr. Donald Chinn, Institute of Technology
Dr. Tom Diehm, Danelle Dauron, Dr. Marjorie Dobratz
Dr. Alexis Wilson, Nursing
UW Tacoma's contributions to the city and the region are being recognized with awards for collaboration and partnership.
UW Tacoma research scientist Tessa Francis has been named the managing director of the Ocean Modeling Forum, a collaborative effort meant to improve understanding of the world's oceans.
From a staff of two and 70 books to an energetic space with innumerable resources, Suzanne Klinger has been connecting students and texts for 25 years as the head of Reference Services at the UW Tacoma Library.
Urban Studies Director Ali Modarres has agreed to serve on the City of Tacoma's Minimum Wage Task Force. The 17-member panel will deliver its recommendation for an alternative to the 15 Now Tacoma proposed $15 minimum wage to the Tacoma City Council by June 30, 2015.