The next phase of finding and cleaning up groundwater plumes under our urban campus begins July 27 with the drilling of wells.
Military families and hospitalized children are just a few of the people who have benefited from Andrew Fry’s Managing Technical Teams course.
UW Tacoma's new remotely-operated research vessel, dubbed "Jökull," meaning "Glacier," will meet the real thing as geoscientist Dan Shugar prepares for a summer of field investigations.
Chancellor Mark Pagano reflects on recent tragic events, and urges the campus community to continue to stand firm against senseless violence and for a supportive and inclusive UW Tacoma.
Most of use remember "the long hot summers" and the white racial "backlash" of the 1960s. Are we going back there?
Be part of the purple & gold takeover of Cheney Stadium at UW Tacoma’s eighth annual Paint the Park Purple.
Kim Davenport's self-effacing personality hides a wealth of interesting accomplishments, from her career as a concert pianist to her role in documenting Tacoma's history to her adoption of innovative classroom technologies.
Acting on a tip from a colleague, lecturer Kim Davenport reinvigorated her music appreciation course with a web-based presentation tool that fosters the creativity of her students.