The Class of 2019 is leading an effort to infuse the campus with visual reminders of our Puyallup tribal heritage, both the land and the language.
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The regional nonprofit sector is responding strongly to a new workshop, "Race, Power and Social Impact within Nonprofit Organizations," offered by UW Tacoma's Professional Development Center.
UW Tacoma students are voting on whether to change this campus's U-PASS program to a universal, opt-out service.
Overcoming her initial hesitation, Irene McCloud, of the Nisqually Early Head Start Program, plunged into the 2017 Lushootseed Language Institute.
Kayla Guyett, in her second year with the Lushootseed Language Institute, describes herself as a "student forever."
The KeyBank Professional Development Center is launching a new craft beer certificate, tapping into the South Sound's burgeoning craft brewery scene.
VIBE launches its first business plan competition with the goal of creating future business leaders in Pierce County.
Lushootseed, once the primary language for a large part of Washington State, is making a comeback thanks in part to a unique program at UW Tacoma.
"Lushootseed is a modern langauge--the problem is that historically it's been taught as an academic language and one that's sort of dead and of the past." --Danica Miller