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.
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A new greenhouse in UW Tacoma’s Giving Garden will yield more fruits, vegetables and learning opportunities.
As one of the first to serve in the newly-created U.S. Space Force, Kathryn Davidson, ’20 B.S. Math, is honoring her mother’s legacy by ensuring a future for herself.
Every student's journey to a degree is unique, and the great leap they take into the world beyond. Read about four 2020 grads: from psychology to cybersecurity to space!
Chris Schell is lead author and Danica Miller is co-author on a review paper in Science that analyzes the influence of systemic inequalities on ecology and evolution.
Ken Burkart, '20, applied the discipline and determination of rock-climbing to his academic career and his research into aquatic chemistry.
The Puget Sound Institute at UW Tacoma is launching a new program that will use supercomputers to advance ecosystem recovery of the Salish Sea.
Amica Atienza, the UW Tacoma 2020 Commencement Student Speaker, emerged from an existential crisis with a B.S. in biomedical sciences and a platform to share her story.
On June 13, we celebrate the Class of 2020 with a one-of-a-kind virtual ceremony. Read and hear some of their stories.
Mikel Priddy and Augustine Canales are the 2020 President’s Student Civic Leader Award recipients, with Canales going on to receive an award from Gov. Jay Inslee.