Beverly Naidus, Associate Professor of Art in SIAS, has an interactive installation on display at ONCA in Brighton, England. It addresses the uncertainties faced by humanity as climate change and ongoing ecocide and environmental injustice affect many populations around the world.
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The grant, from the National Science Foundation, will fund expansion of research into polluted urban watersheds and salmon prespawn mortality deaths.
A summary of the ongoing revitlization of Tacoma's Brewery District, adjacent to the UW Tacoma campus, which serves as a catalyst for the revival. On tap: at least 215,000 sq. ft. of commercial spaces, 800 housing units, four or more new breweries/cideries.
A description of the Northwest tech hardware meet-up scene spotlights the Institute of Technology's Matt Tolentino, who is developing a startup to help firefighters find their way through burning buildings.
Several Institute of Technology faculty experts on cybersecurity offer advice to a Puyallup restaurant suffering from a coordinated cyber attack.
A regional real estate news site reports on investment activity in Tacoma and the foundational role of UW Tacoma in catalyzing that investment.
Jeff Rice, managing editor at the Puget Sound Institute and a renowned audio engineer of natural soundscapes, reports on his expedition to record toads at the location of the nation's first atomic bomb tests.
UW's Seattle and Tacoma campuses are expecting to enroll record-setting first-year classes in autumn 2018, while the Bothell campus expects a slightly smaller class.
An editorial describes UW Tacoma's involvement in a new, collaborative healthcare academy that will be embedded in Tacoma Public Schools' Stadium High School.
Urban Studies alumna Chazmin Peters is a first officer with Alaska Airlines. She describes her path to a career in aviation and her experience in the industry as a woman and an Asian American.