Foraging the Hive, a new art installation by Senior Lecturer Tyler Budge and his artistic partner Sara Young combines bees, test tubes and discarded items.
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When Jim Gawel looks at a lake, he sees an opportunity to learn--not just for the students he instructs, but for entire populations who rely on and reside by those water bodies.
UW Tacoma junior Isabell Murray is using her status as Miss Pierce County to help raise awareness about juvenile incarceration.
The annual honor recognizes students who've made the most of their time at UW.
Assistant Professors Rachel Hershberg and Vanessa de Veritch Woodside are using interviews to understand the effects of detention on immigrants and refugees in the South Sound.
Indigenous Knowledge and Community Conversations helps bridge the gap between Indigenous knowledge and Western knowledge.
A seminar on endangered orcas is just one way UW Tacoma is engaged with the Puget Sound ecosystem.
UW Tacoma Assistant Professor Michelle Montgomery explores identity in her new book about mixed-race American Indians.
According to Ji-Hyun Ahn, globalism and an aging population have contributed to a change in what it means to be South Korean.
Their peers recognize Danica Miller, Eric Madfis, Lauren Wugalter, Jeff Fitzgerald and Josh Carper for the contributions they make to the campus and the university.