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Eric is a 1999 UW Tacoma Business Administration graduate from the Milgard School of Business.
Linda Ishem, Lisa Faircloth, Jamie McGee and Chana Lawson talk about the Black Student Union, the first student organization at UW Tacoma.
Gabe Minthorn plans to use the skills he developed as a coach and educator in his new role as tribal liaison.
We are pleased to introduce 12 faculty members who have recently joined the UW Tacoma community.
Alumna Chelsi Johnson took the strategic communications skills she learned at UW Tacoma to the D.C. National Guard and the Department of Defense.
In their new book, Mary Hanneman and Lisa Hoffman share the history of Tacoma's Nihonmachi and the Japanese Language School once located on what is now the UW Tacoma campus.
Follow the link to hear her wonderful advice to those pursuing careers in Law and Justice, as well as life advice too good to miss!
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.