Marking the start of the 2019-20 academic year, we present short biographies of 24 faculty members who have recently joined the UW Tacoma community.
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It's the start of the 2019 academic year. Students and faculty are back on campus. Pac Ave is busy again! See what it's like to kick off the new year.
In an interview on NPR-affiliate KNKX, Dr. Ali Modarres calls on Tacoma to overcome the negative impacts of growth that have affected other West Coast cities.
UW Tacoma Senior Lecturer Julie Masura and UW Tacoma alumna Catherine Crook came together to help a University of the Virgin Islands graduate student whose lab was destroyed by hurricanes.
Students and faculty individually recognized at UW Tacoma's 2019 Commencement represent accomplishments in scholarship, community engagement and contributions to the campus and university.
The UW Tacoma Class of 2019: a passionate, tenacious and diverse group of graduates that are already out in the world making an impact. We present a sampling of their stories.
For Ashley Richards, ensuring a sustainable future means emphasizing the needs and civic participation of youth, with a focus on equity.
After two years with the Peace Corps in Namibia, teaching English and, maybe, GIS, Aaron Gerard, '19 Urban Studies, envisions building a housing co-op in Tacoma's Hilltop.
West Point grad and military veteran Anastasia Cale wants to use her planning degree as a springboard to community action and public office.
The UW Latino Health Center held the third annual Latinx Faculty Recognition Event in May. Four UW Tacoma faculty members were recognized: Paulo Barreto, Anaid Yerena, Sonia De La Cruz and Ariana Ochoa Camacho.