Students, faculty and staff are getting practice using empathy in a series of on campus workshops.
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KBTC brings the Henry Louis Gates, Jr., documentary "Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise" to UW Tacoma.
Do you know what it’s like to be a student in 21st century America? Our student writer, Zak Kaletka, launches a new, occasional series examining the lives of UW Tacoma students. We realized there would be no better person to start with than Zak.
Lushootseed, once the primary language for a large part of Washington State, is making a comeback thanks in part to a unique program at UW Tacoma.
Chancellor Mark Pagano reflects on recent tragic events, and urges the campus community to continue to stand firm against senseless violence and for a supportive and inclusive UW Tacoma.
Students in the first cohort of UW Tacoma's new Doctorate of Education program recently authored an opinion piece in The News Tribune, expressing concerns over recent events of racism and violence, and pledging to "work toward solutions which create opportunities for equity throughout our society."
As one of the fastest-growing public university campuses in Washington, UW Tacoma is fulfilling its mission of offering a great UW education and great access.
The Puyallup Tribe of Indians and UW Tacoma are launching a pathbreaking collaboration that aims to infuse Native American ways of knowing into teaching, learning and research.