Tacoma native Jaleesa Trapp, now studying at MIT, will discuss her research into "engaging non-dominant youth in STEM."
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From world-changing wheelchairs to a compassionate coyote whisperer and lots in between, the best stories of 2018 shine a light on UW Tacoma's urban-serving mission.
The Pantry at UW Tacoma helps students focus on their studies. You can help, too, with your financial or food donation.
Chancellor Mark A. Pagano greets all those new and returning to our beautiful downtown Tacoma campus.
UW Tacoma Education Dean Rachel Endo has published a book aimed at helping high school teachers and youth learn about the Japanese American experience in World War II.
Read about some of more than 1,850 UW Tacoma change-makers launching into the world in June 2018 with their newly-minted University of Washington degrees.
Leander Yazzie, '18 Educational Leadership (Ed.D.), wants to see more Native people in college, beyond the one percent of enrollment that so many institutions report.
Christian Getzin, '18 Information Technology and currently a middle school teacher, will use his second UW Tacoma degree to transition to a job with the U.S. Department of Defense.
UW Tacoma students are voting on whether to change this campus's U-PASS program to a universal, opt-out service.
Ten ways UW Tacoma is living up to the spirit of the 2018 Golden Shovel Award, presented to the campus by the Economic Development Board of Tacoma--Pierce County.