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Lizeth Garcia, '13, has been named a 2015-16 Fulbright English Teaching Assistant.
UW Tacoma Historian Honey explains how Woody Guthrie--who often played in union halls and at pro-communist gatherings--ended up writing folk songs for the United States government.
Three UW Tacoma geoscientists assess the impact of a major Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake on the South Sound, and highlight some controversial conclusions in a recent New Yorker story on “The Really Big One.”
Congratulations to CAC faculty member Sushil Oswal for winning the 2015 Association for Business Communication (ABC) ‘Distinguished Publication in Business Communication’ award.
Starting in fall of 2015, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences’ new BS in Mathematics supports a slew of STEM-focused career pathways.
Three words come to mind when thinking of Tia Squires, '15, Criminal Justice and Law & Policy - driven, ambitious and inspired.
Graduating with a BA in writing studies with global honors, Stillman found himself going way beyond "all I wanted to do was learn how to write."
Steve Ross's Eyewitness Identification Model Policy gets adopted by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs
The purpose of this policy is to provide law enforcement with minimum standards for the collection of eyewitness evidence in order to increase the probative value of the evidence collected from eyewitnesses and reduce false identifications.