Dr. Ed Kolodziej at the Center for Urban Waters is the lead researcher on a project with funding from the National Science Foundation that aims to identify what is killing coho salmon in urban watersheds.
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The Courageous Engagement Workshop Series aims to help UW Tacoma faculty and staff strengthen a campus environment "where all are welcome and encouraged to succeed."
There's arsenic in Lake Killarney, but Jim Gawel and his students were surprised to discover how it is finding its way into the food web.
The U.S. Department of State has announced that two UW Tacoma faculty will receive Fulbright awards to support their research in India and Canada.
UW Tacoma Education Dean Rachel Endo has published a book aimed at helping high school teachers and youth learn about the Japanese American experience in World War II.
Ellen Moore, senior lecturer in UW Tacoma's School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, teaches environmental communication, but could just as easily have become a forensic anthropologist.
South Sound Business magazine recently published a feature story on Dr. Ali Modarres, UW Tacoma's Director of the Urban Studies Program.
Assistant Professor Uba Backonja's childhood fascination with Jurassic Park cultivated her interest in science and the world.
Founding faculty member Rob Crawford has been recognized by UW and Mike Honey has provided an appreciation of his colleague.
Assistant Professor Andrea Modarres will discuss Kamala Khan, the first American Muslim character to headline a comic book, as part of the Grit City Think & Drink speaker series.