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As director of the Washington Conservation Corps, Urban Studies alumna Bridget Talebi, '05, is using her UW education to make Washington heathier, more just and more resilient.

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In UW Tacoma's mechanical engineering program, Paris Weber found the intimate class size and connection to faculty she was seeking.

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After spending 24 years at UW Tacoma connecting social work students to agencies, Tom Diehm knows something about community building and the costs of field experience.

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Fourteen stories from the past year that showcase the best of UW Tacoma.

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Huatong Sun Wins Advancement of Knowledge Award

January 14, 2022

The Conference on College Composition and Communication will recognize Dr. Huatong Sun's scholarly work Global Social Media Design.

Charges filed against Electron Hydro over river pollution

Associated Press January 12, 2022

Work by the Center for Urban Waters on identifying toxic chemicals present in rubber is the basis for a criminal action brought against a dam operator in Pierce County, which allegedly contaminated the river during a construction project on the dam.

New Faculty at UW Tacoma in 2021-22

December 17, 2021

Meet 20 faculty members who have recently joined the UW Tacoma community.

New lawn libraries are popping up across the country, and they’re stocked with just one kind of book: Anti-racist

The Washington Post December 16, 2021

Staffers TeyAnjulee Leon and Eric Wilson-Edge led a project to install a Little Free Library on the UW Tacoma campus focused on anti-racist children's literature.