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.
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Experienced tarantula handler, compassionate coyote whisperer -- Assistant Professor Christopher Schell brings a passion to his work studying how carnivores adapt to cities.
A consortium of universities including UW Tacoma is hoping to learn what kinds of pollutants are emitted from communities affected by catastrophic wildfires.
The Pantry at UW Tacoma helps students focus on their studies. You can help, too, with your financial or food donation.
Senior Lecturer Julie Masura connects her love of teaching and her passions for geology and the health of Puget Sound.
Chancellor Mark A. Pagano greets all those new and returning to our beautiful downtown Tacoma campus.
Environmental science student Hozoji Matheson-Margullis brings her chops as a rock-band drummer to her quest to preserve and restore Puget Sound.
180 million tons of rock generated a 600 foot high wave, according to UW Tacoma geoscientist Dan Shugar and colleagues, and climate change will likely lead to similar incidents.