A desire to help families lead a group of UW Tacoma students to spend their spring break volunteering with Habitat for Humanity.
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A UW Tacoma alumna nominated Dr. Harris for the award.
UW alumna Pamela Reed, who's been on TV, stage and movies, who grew up in Tacoma, and who lives in Los Angeles and University Place, will return to the Puget Sound stage as the lead in Seattle Repertory's "Luna Gale."
Nursing & Healthcare Leadership Assistant Professor Robin Evans-Agnew is helping Pierce County youth document their experience of wood smoke pollution and its impacts on their lives.
Milgard School of Business Alumnus Jason Atherton developed a new retail concept for a 1,100-year-old product.
Stories of the myriad ways the people of UW Tacoma came together in 2015 for a greater Tacoma.
Michael Kilmer, '01, '04, oversees 11,000 social workers and six innovative programs at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Co-produced by Mike Honey and Errol Webber, and funded by the Fetzer Institute, the documentary "Love and Solidarity" ties together civil rights, immigrants and labor organizing.
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.
“Skateboarding is a universal language,” Warner says. “The invitation to play is irresistible if communicated well…and play breaks down cultural bias.” If Alchemy achieves its goals, Warner tells the News Tribune, Tacoma itself will become better.