A review of Haley Professor of Humanities Michael Honey's latest book on Martin Luther King, Jr, calls the book a "concise but richly detailed work...contain[ing] both insight and inspiration to activitists of many stripes."
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Robin Young, host of NPR's Here & Now show at Boston's WBUR, interviews Social Work & Criminal Justice Associate Professor Eric Madfis.
Urban Studies student Michael Zirkle is the author of an op-ed promoting the development of a high-speed rail line in the Cascadia corridor.
Center for Urban Waters Associate Professor Ed Kolodziej is collaborating on a federally-funded project to develop innovative stormwater treatment at three military bases, including Washington's Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
UW Tacoma student Adan Espino Jr., ASUWT legislative liaison, addressed the Washington State Legislature on the need to fully fund the State Need Grant.
Social Work & Criminal Justice Associate Professor Eric Madfis and his co-author examined the links between animal cruelty and school violence.
Social Work & Criminal Justice Associate Professor Eric Madfis's research finds "that there's a tendency for the mass media to portray school shootings as pointless, random and motiveless when they are not."
UW Tacoma Nursing & Healthcare Leadership alumna and lecturer Janet Runbeck's work on human trafficking is profiled in the student newspaper of the University of Puget Sound.
An article originally published by the Southern Poverty Law Center cites the work of Social Work & Criminal Justice Associate Professor Eric Madfis.
UW Tacoma's Haley Professor of Humanities Michael Honey is the guest columnist writing about the legacy of Martin Luther King's work in Memphis, Tenn., the site of the 1968 sanitation worker strike.