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Stardew Valley, created by Eric Barone, '11

Eric Barone, '11, Created Stardew Valley All By Himself

March 21, 2018

After Eric Barone completed his degree in computer science and systems in 2011, he spent four years working seven days per week, 10-12 hours per day, developing Stardew Valley, one of the most successful indie games ever.

2018 Golden Shovel Award to UW Tacoma from EDB Tacoma-Pierce County

Take That Golden Shovel And... Do Even More

March 16, 2018

Ten ways UW Tacoma is living up to the spirit of the 2018 Golden Shovel Award, presented to the campus by the Economic Development Board of Tacoma--Pierce County.

Roseann Martinez talks with two students

Making a Safety Net---Together

March 7, 2018

Roseann Martinez and the newly created Office of Student Advocacy and Support are helping students find the resources they need to overcome obstacles and continue their education.

UW Tacoma part-time lecturer Linda Byron stands on the bridge of glass holding a yellow umbrella.

Meet the Press

February 28, 2018

Former KING 5 reporter Linda Byron is used to asking questions. This quarter, she's answering them in a course on investigative journalism.

UW Tacoma alumnus Jacob Nau stands outside Tioga library.

Being the Spark

February 23, 2018

UW Tacoma alumnus Jacob Nau and SIAS lecturer Abby Murray are among the recipients of local Spark Grants.

UW Tacoma in the News

Clues to the Mind of the Florida School Shooter

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."

Psychology Today
February 15, 2018

Human trafficking prevalent in Seattle-Tacoma area

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.

The Trail
February 12, 2018

The alt-right is killing people

An article originally published by the Southern Poverty Law Center cites the work of Social Work & Criminal Justice Associate Professor Eric Madfis.

February 11, 2018