Shona Bose and Seong Shin of McGranahan Architects recently wrote about the concepts that are guiding the design of UW Tacoma's new Learning Commons.
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The Milgard School is happy to present our summer quarter newsletter "From the Dean's Desk". Featuring discussion on what we're doing amid COVID-19, the journey of two students, Lindsey and Fanny, and more!
As reported in The News Tribune, UW Tacoma's doctorate in educational leadership is welcoming 15 new students this summer via a collaboration with the Muckleshoot Tribe.
Accounting has been a popular offering at the Milgard School of Business (MSB) since 1994, enabling students to specialize in the field while earning a Bachelor’s of Arts in Business. The undergraduate program’s success led university leaders to consider expanding the program to the graduate school level.
Recent MBA graduate, Lindsey, is very familiar with the business side of higher education. For the last several years and throughout her MBA studies, she’s been working as the Assistant Director of Annual Giving at the University of Puget Sound.
Like most organizations, the Milgard School of Business was recently faced with the challenge of confronting the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic. Considering all the important aspects of our mission, we chose to place the needs of our students at the highest priority.
POPULATION: The Milgard Alumni Engagement Program is led by a group of area business leaders from the Milgard Executive Council, along with Milgard School Director of Development, Kevin Dugan, and Deanna Blanchfield of Milgard staff. A recent, comprehenseive survey asked alumni if they had attended a Milgard or alumni event in the last 2 years – 80% said they had not. Given this feedback, the Alumni Engagement group will now begin planning future events informed by the responses given through this survey.
The fourth annual Latinx Faculty Recognition honors faculty from UW Tacoma's School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences and School of Urban Studies.
Dr. Michael K. Honey, Haley Endowed Professor of Humanities in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, has been named a fellow of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University.
Every year at this time we celebrate faculty and staff for their accomplishments in teaching, research, community engagement and contributions to the UW, our campus and the larger community.