State funding to expand engineering and construct a 50,000-sq.ft. building will be a boon for both industry and students who want STEM and business degrees.
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When campus is "closed" for inclement weather, there is still a lot going on behind the scenes to keep classes on track and prepare for reopening.
What does “suspended operations” mean? Where do I get current information? Here are some things you should consider when weather affects campus operations.
UW Tacoma Professor Orlando Baiocchi and a team of researchers are using trees to power Internet-of-Things-enabled sensors.
The regional nonprofit sector is responding strongly to a new workshop, "Race, Power and Social Impact within Nonprofit Organizations," offered by UW Tacoma's Professional Development Center.
Using design thinking -- founded on ideation, prototyping and testing -- a new program will leverage campus and community resources for local and global solutions.
Exposure to nature, even through a brief gardening activity, can improve well-being among women in prison, a UW Tacoma-led study finds.
Tacoma native Jaleesa Trapp, now studying at MIT, will discuss her research into "engaging non-dominant youth in STEM."
Dr. Rosa Franklin, students Theo Calhoun and Sierra Jones, and The Pantry were recognized for their contributions at the 13th annual MLK Unity Breakfast.