Erica Cline, an associate professor at the University of Washington Tacoma...also found higher rates of farmed salmon being swapped...
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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.
Science on the Screen: Watch Dune and a Presentation on the Elwha Dam Restoration by Erica Cline Wednesday, 9/30/15
The removal of the Elwha dams left behind sandy expanses of sediment reminiscent of the desert planet, Dune. Just as the Fremen people of Dune dreamed of restoring their stark and lifeless planet to a verdant paradise, Olympic National Park has launched an ambitious plan to accelerate succession by planting hundreds of thousands of seedlings in the sediment plateau
Congratulations to CAC lecturer Kim Davenport who was recently awarded the CMS Instructional Technology Initiative Award by the College Music Society.
Claudia Gorbman, emerita professor of film history and one of UW Tacoma's founding faculty members, answers questions about filmmaking in Tacoma during the silent era and Eyes of the Totem.
UW Tacoma faculty, staff and alumni are involved in an amazing film restoration project that is bringing the 1927 silent film Eyes of the Totem back from obscurity.
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.
CAC Lecturer Kim Davenport has recently published her first book, “Tacoma’s Theater District,” and will be featured in an event held Sunday, September 20th at Tacoma’s Broadway Center for the Performing Arts - Rialto Theater at 1 pm.