UW Tacoma joins with UW campuses in Seattle and Bothell to mark Juneteenth on June 19, 2021.
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Members of the Class of 2021 can hold their heads high as survivors and achievers. Through pandemic and polemic, they have completed the next stage of their journeys through life. We present a sampling of their stories.
Star Berry has a trifecta at UW Tacoma, culminating in her doctoral studies that looked at how universities perceive and express the role of staff when working on issues of diversity, equity and inclusion.
A new book on Japanese American resistance to wartime incarceration will be the subject of a May 18 online event.
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.
Ngoma Howard, '98, will discuss the daily challenges of leading a school, and about teaching in a suburban setting and the African American experience.
From beekeeping to salmon saving, 2020 showed the determination and perseverance of the UW Tacoma community.
A passion for reading and a turbulent childhood lead Professor Belinda Louie to create Project TELL which supports English language learners and their families.
Every student's journey to a degree is unique, and the great leap they take into the world beyond. Read about four 2020 grads: from psychology to cybersecurity to space!
UW Tacoma's School of Education and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe have signed a memorandum of agreement that will bring a doctoral program to the tribal college.