The best stories coming out of UW Tacoma are all about our students! Here's a baker's dozen of stories about students making their impact in the world.
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Army veteran Mark Glenn, the winner of the UW Veterans Flyaway contest, credits his military service and his UW Tacoma education for his success.
James Stevens, senior in electrical engineering, jumped from the Special Forces to his life as a student-veteran at UW Tacoma.
Army veteran and UW Tacoma senior Jeff Bantay overcame a difficult transition from military to civilian life and is now thriving.
A military-contracted fuel specialist completes his business course work with classmates while abroad in Afghanistan. Bernard Higgins is a role model in how he makes time to advance his education while serving our country.
As recounted in UW's Columns Magazine, Byron Ragland’s encounter with police at a frozen yogurt shop shook his sense of belonging and reminded him that society’s doors still aren’t open to all.
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.
West Point grad and military veteran Anastasia Cale wants to use her planning degree as a springboard to community action and public office.
A garage start-up, an indoor mapping app and a marketplace for student gig-workers are all moving from the drawing board to the real world.
Six finalists will compete in the 2019 VIBE Business Plan Competition for a first prize of $10,000 in cash and in-kind services.