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May is AANHPI Heritage Month

Sheila Edwards Lange, Ph.D., Chancellor
May is AANHPI Heritage Month, a time when we celebrate the contributions of our Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities to the history, culture and distinctiveness of the U.S.

Legal Pathways - Patricia Sully

Ali Modarres, Ph.D., Assistant Chancellor for Community Partnerships
After five years of building and supporting the Legal Pathways program, Patricia Sully will be leaving UW Tacoma June 15.

Summer office hours

Sheila Edwards Lange, Ph.D., Chancellor
Last year, we experimented with reduced office hours during summer quarter. By all reports, it was a success, so we plan to continue the practice for Summer 2024.

April is Earth Month at UW Tacoma!

Join us to celebrate Earth Month at UW Tacoma!

Honoring women as advocates and mentors

Sheila Edwards Lange, Ph.D., Chancellor
Today is International Women’s Day and March is Women’s History Month. By observing this day and month, we honor the vital roles women have always played in building a more just and equitable society where everyone can thrive.

Partnership with Seattle U broadens access to legal education and legal services

Sheila Edwards Lange, Ph.D., Chancellor

A new and innovative partnership between UW Tacoma and the Seattle University School of Law aims to increase access to legal education and careers, and legal services, for residents of Tacoma and the South Sound region.

Changes to UCAR and Motor Pool programs coming March 1

Sylvia James, Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration

As of March 1, 2024, UW Fleet Services's short-term vehicle rental service, UCAR, will no longer be available on the UW Tacoma campus.

Celebrating the Black histories of tomorrow

Sheila Edwards Lange, Ph.D., Chancellor

February is Black History Month.

Remembering the Holocaust, let us nurture a beloved community

Elavie Ndura, Ed.D., Vice Chancellor for Equity & Inclusion and Professor of Education

Working together, we can fulfill the vision of the founders of International Holocaust Remembrance Day and keep alive the promise of “never again.”

The transformative power of nonviolent action

Sheila Edwards Lange, Ph.D., Chancellor

On this day in which we pay tribute to Dr. King’s legacy and values, let us be unapologetic and passionate in our nonviolence. Let our hearts and souls be stirred, as we find new strength and courage to build the just and equitable world Dr. King envisioned.