Twenty UW Tacoma faculty received promotions or were granted tenure effective with the 2017-18 academic year.
A class in sociology changed Kayesee Schermerhorn's worldview, leading her to choose law and policy as a major, and ultimately leading to the Husky 100.
At first she wanted to be a 'spin doctor,' but Anna Nepomuceno quickly realized her interest lay in politics and legislation. Now she wants to be an inspiration to and advocate for other women.
A first-generation college student and one of the Husky 100, Ashley Righetti plans to pursue a Ph.D. in clinical psychology.
The 9/11 attacks changed her life completely, but Gabriela Raisl, UW Tacoma psychology graduate and first-generation student, has learned there is more than one way to achieve your dreams.
A first-generation student, Jay Novelo is one of the Husky 100 and plans a career as a high school teacher.
Overcoming what seemed to be impossible challenges, Christopher Johnston credits his mother's love and support, and the Husky Promise, for his degree in Law & Policy.
A peer advisor while at UW Tacoma and a member of the Husky 100, Cyril Johns hopes to attend medical school and specialize in orthopedics.
UW Tacoma Veteran Navigator Andy Flanagan has been helping student vets get the resources they need.
Graduating senior Jacob Nau developed an idea for a literary journal on homelessness with his classmates in Abby Murray's editing and publishing class. Now the journal is online, in print and on the streets.