Scientists have discovered what is killing more than half the coho salmon that return to Puget Sound’s urban streams every fall.
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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.
Associate Professor Jim Thatcher's NSF-funded project uses data to show college students how electoral districts are created.
Huatong Sun writes that despite efforts to wall off regional or national internets, social media companies will have to continue aggressively competing across borders if they are to grow.
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.
Chris Schell is lead author and Danica Miller is co-author on a review paper in Science that analyzes the influence of systemic inequalities on ecology and evolution.
Four of Assistant Professor Sharon Laing's students were recognized this past spring at the University of Washington Undergraduate Research Symposium.
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.