While helping to stop alarming Puget Sound salmon die-offs, UW Tacoma researchers are introducing middle-schoolers to the excitement of field research.
A Golden Apple Award for Drs. Marcy Stein and Diane Kinder and a Lifetime Achievement Award for Dr. Belinda Louie are examples of the School of Education's impact on the community.
Vivid oral histories from the South Sound get a second life at UW Tacoma through a collaboration between Michael Honey and the UW Tacoma Library.
Graduating senior Jacob Nau developed an idea for a literary journal on homelessness with his classmates in Abby Murray's editing and publishing class. Now the journal is online, in print and on the streets.
A national non-profit, Operation Warm, recently got to see the power of an urban-serving university in action.
Urban Studies Senior Lecturer Linda Ishem had an extensive career in banking and community development. Then she was in a terrible car accident. Tacoma Weekly reports on how she remade her life.
Ben Warner is the recipient of a 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award from UW Tacoma, recognizing his work bring attention to the overlooked, underappreciated skating community.
The Alternative Breakaway program offers students, faculty, and staff a chance to spend breaks volunteering.
Stories of the myriad ways the people of UW Tacoma came together in 2015 for a greater Tacoma.
Mike Allen, professor of history in UW Tacoma's School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, has been announced as the 2015 recipient of the Driver Family Memorial Award by the Ellensburg Rodeo, recognizing his work in support of the Rodeo's Hall of Fame.