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Researchers from UW Tacoma are developing innovative techniques that will reduce the time and cost needed to monitor blooms of a toxic phytoplankton species.
In South Sound Business' January cover story, Dr. Ali Modarres warns that Tacoma has a bright future, but that we must plan for the future with care.
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.
Army veteran Mark Glenn, the winner of the UW Veterans Flyaway contest, credits his military service and his UW Tacoma education for his success.
Students in Lauren Montgomery's psychology class had a quarter-long collaborative learning experience helping to replant the Grand Staircase and nurture the Giving Garden.
Assistant professor Amanda Sesko examines the psychological principle of invisibility and how it affects marginalized groups.
The comprehensive gathering of all available data on living and dead biomass is the first of its kind and will help fire managers track fuel variability over time.
Pie day is an annual tradition where faculty make pies for staff but the event is about more than dessert.