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UW Tacoma student art on display on Seattle campus

UW Tacoma student art
April 17, 2015
Art by students of IAS associate professor Beverly Naidus is on display through June 12 in the UW School of Social Work's first-floor gallery. The exhibit is entitled "Job Fair?" and was created as part of the "Labor, Globalization and Art" course.

25 Years of Transformation

April 13, 2015
2015 marks UW Tacoma’s 25th anniversary, as we commemorate two and a half decades of community transformation. Anniversary celebrations are ramping ...
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Lanza talks global engagement

Lt. Gen. Stephen R. Lanza, I Corps commanding general, discussed global leadership and I Corps' mission in the Asia-Pacific region with several dozen students from UW Tacoma's Institute for Global Engagement.

Northwest Guardian
April 23, 2015

Our lives are longer thanks to public health

Assistant professor in Nursing and Healthcare Leadership Robin Evans-Agnew writes about the importance and impact of public health for The Olympian. Other nursing and healthcare leadership faculty David Reyes, Janet Primomo, Corrie Matlock-Hightower, Annie Bruck and Jane Cornman are contributing authors.

The Olympian
April 6, 2015

Dead men tell stories years later

Interdisicplinary Arts & Sciences lecturer Ellen Moore talked about forensic anthropology at a Washington State History Museum lecture, and how she used it to help identify the bodies of MIA/POWs in Vietnam.

Northwest Guardian
March 26, 2015

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