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.
Michael Villalpando, a paramedic by training, has earned a degree in healthcare leadership as a stepping-stone to becoming a physician assistant.
Veronica Ramirez Ramsay spends her time in the service of others, committed to bringing her healthcare leadership skills to her community.
Healthcare professionals and students are helping spread the word that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.
Goals include spreading the word about the importance of getting a COVID-19 vaccine and recruiting volunteers to work at and help organize vaccine clinics in Pierce County.
The latest ranking from U.S. News & World Report is specific to UW Tacoma’s and UW Bothell’s MN programs.
From beekeeping to salmon saving, 2020 showed the determination and perseverance of the UW Tacoma community.
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.