Ngoma Howard, '98, will discuss the daily challenges of leading a school, and about teaching in a suburban setting and the African American experience.
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“Racism is a stressor that causes wounds to the individuals who are exposed to it,” says Sharon Laing. Listen to Laing and Wendy Barrington in a two-part podcast from Paw’d Defiance.
The gift will establish the Sea Mar-MultiCare Endowed Scholarship, providing financial assistance to undergraduate students at UW's Tacoma and Seattle campuses.
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.
The UW, in coordination with state and local health departments, is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19.
Join the ACLU and others on Nov. 20 to remember those in the transgender community lost to violence.
As recounted in UW's Columns Magazine, Byron Ragland’s encounter with police at a frozen yogurt shop shook his sense of belonging and reminded him that society’s doors still aren’t open to all.
The UW Latino Health Center held the third annual Latinx Faculty Recognition Event in May. Four UW Tacoma faculty members were recognized: Paulo Barreto, Anaid Yerena, Sonia De La Cruz and Ariana Ochoa Camacho.
Real Lit[erature] bridges the gap between faculty, staff and students to cultivate conversations through literature about challenging issues facing our society.