Linda Ishem, Lisa Faircloth, Jamie McGee and Chana Lawson talk about the Black Student Union, the first student organization at UW Tacoma.
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We are pleased to introduce 12 faculty members who have recently joined the UW Tacoma community.
At a free, virtual event, Lisa Hoffman and Mary Hanneman will discuss their new book "Becoming Nisei," a history of the Tacoma Japanese-American community.
Turan Kayaoğlu believes that democracy, rule of law and human rights will eventually prevail in all societies. His research into the Middle East gives him that hope.
Theater at UW Tacoma goes virtual with the upcoming performance of "The Book of Andy."
Omari Amili spent time in prison before earning three degrees from UW Tacoma. He interviews 10 other people who graduated after they got out.
Scientists have discovered what is killing more than half the coho salmon that return to Puget Sound’s urban streams every fall.
A passion for reading and a turbulent childhood lead Professor Belinda Louie to create Project TELL which supports English language learners and their families.
Some monsters hide under beds or in sewer drains. Most, however, live inside us. Ingrid Walker and Dustin Annis talk about the role of the monstrous imagination in culture and politics.
“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.