As a pragmatic person, Sarah Abruzzini has learned lessons both in and out of the classroom. Her degree in biomedical sciences fulfills her interest in mysteries and in being challenged.
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Six UW Tacoma students are making the most of their UW experience, and are recognized with the 2021 Husky 100 honor.
Goals include spreading the word about the importance of getting a COVID-19 vaccine and recruiting volunteers to work at and help organize vaccine clinics in Pierce County.
Chanise Jackson and Andre Jimenez plan to go to graduate school and dedicate their careers to public service.
The latest ranking from U.S. News & World Report is specific to UW Tacoma’s and UW Bothell’s MN programs.
For the past year, math professor Jennifer Quinn has been writing a blog about teaching mathematics and living during the pandemic.
Dean Altaf Merchant sees the Milgard School as a catalyst for entrepreneurship and social responsibility in the South Sound region.
The graduate degree in the School of Education is more advanced than a master’s degree, and prepares leaders who work for the empowerment of youth, families, educators and school communities.
What keeps students from finishing their college degrees? How can we help them complete? Bonnie Becker is leading a data-driven effort to find answers to these questions.