Strategies to confront a nursing shortage in the region include collaboration among Olympic College, Tacoma Community College and UW Tacoma.
In an op-ed, Emeritus Professor Rob Crawford warns that the anti-torture movement must struggle against "denial, omission and outright lies" that are used "in defense of U.S. torture."
As reported in the publication, "the 2017 Washington Monthly college ranking has listed UW Tacoma as the number one institution in the West providing the best 'bang for the buck.' "
Tacoma's pitch for Amazon's HQ2 project cites UW Tacoma as a core asset.
Tacoma's proposal to attract Amazon's HQ2 project promotes as a centerpiece the presence of UW Tacoma in the city and its contribution to the local labor market.
In a project funded by the NSF and EPA through a grant to UW Tacoma's Puget Sound Institute, research scientist Kelly Biedenweg found that "Cascadians' interactions with the natural environment have a direct, if subtle, relationship to their reported happiness."
UW Tacoma student Theo Calhoun is one of four people from Tacoma's Oasis Youth Center interviewed for their views of the proposed change to gender options in Washington.
The Tacoma Community History Project, conducted over 20 years by students in Michael Honey's oral history course, has digitized hundreds of hours of interviews with local history makers.
Local lawyer and community columnist Erik Bjornson outlines why Tacoma is the best location for Amazon's HQ2, including the presence of UW Tacoma and its Institute of Technology.
In the lead-up to a vote in King County on Initiative 27, which would ban the establishment of safe drug consumption sites, American studies associate professor Ingrid Walker outlines the public health and moral reasons for offering such sites.