With her ice axe in hand, Madeline Zent is breaking new ground for the underrepresented in her field of computer science and on the slopes.
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Veronica Ramirez Ramsay spends her time in the service of others, committed to bringing her healthcare leadership skills to her community.
Taylor Owens wants to use her criminal justice degree to address the ongoing tragedy of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
On June 13, we celebrate the Class of 2020 with a one-of-a-kind virtual ceremony. Read and hear some of their stories.
Two University of Washington students have been named 2020 Udall Scholars. Taylor Owens and Sierra Campbell join only 55 students nationally to receive this prestigious honor.
Myai Nguyen, Anna Howard and Casey Wagner will each receive $5,000 to support their work on community health centers (Nguyen and Howard) and FBI files (Wagner).
Just like a collage, UW Tacoma senior Stacey Fernandez is adding new pieces to her self-portrait: college graduate and soon-to-be master's student.
First-generation Master of Accounting student, author, and mother of five: Tressa Lacy, is achieving multiple milestones through the support of scholarships, mentors, and Milgard community resources
As autumn quarter 2019 began, the Milgard Women’s Initiative (MWI) launched the inaugural year of the mentorship program. 22 graduate students from the MBA and MSBA programs were individually matched with mentors from the South Sound area and met for an orientation dinner at Pacific Grill Event Center.
UW Tacoma will be the west coast site of the Colorado-Washington Security Scholars Program, funded by the National Science Foundation as part of Cybercorps: Scholarship for Service.