Diliman Abdulkader, junior in Politics, Philosophy & Economics, is the latest UW Tacoma student to receive a Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad.
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International Education Week is a great opportunity to learn about the role of global experiences in a college education.
Symposium panelists Lt. Gen. Stephen R. Lanza, Consul General Moon Duk-ho, trade policy advisor Robert Hamilton and Korean studies professor Clark W. Sorensen will discuss military, diplomatic and economic aspects of Washington's relationship to Asia-Pacific.
Why, why now, when, for whom, with what and will it be used—these are a few of the questions Chancellor Mark Pagano answers about UW Tacoma’s newly-launched strategic planning process.
Mike Allen, professor of history in UW Tacoma's School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, has been announced as the 2015 recipient of the Driver Family Memorial Award by the Ellensburg Rodeo, recognizing his work in support of the Rodeo's Hall of Fame.
Lizeth Garcia, '13, has been named a 2015-16 Fulbright English Teaching Assistant.
Marian Harris, associate professor of social work, will be honored by her alma mater, the Smith College School for Social Work, with its Day-Garrett Medal.
Three words come to mind when thinking of Tia Squires, '15, Criminal Justice and Law & Policy - driven, ambitious and inspired.
Graduating with a BA in writing studies with global honors, Stillman found himself going way beyond "all I wanted to do was learn how to write."