Recent publications by UW Tacoma faculty and staff cover topics ranging from Korean franchisees to smokers with HIV to global biodiversity.
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Cheryl Greengrove, associate professor of geoscience and interim dean of UW Tacoma's School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, is one of 200 women profiled in "Women in Oceanography: A Decade Later," a special supplement to Oceanography, the journal of the Oceanography Society.
Katie Baird, associate professor of economics in UW Tacoma's School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, writes an opinion column that calls Washington's tax system "burdensome, ineffective and increasingly inefficient."
Founding faculty member Claudia Gorbman reflects on her 24 years at UW Tacoma, looks ahead to an active retirement.
UW Tacoma's Dr. Peter Selkin embarks on a two-month scientific expedition aboard a "floating university" to the Indian Ocean.
Margaret Lundberg, ’13, ’14, turned her passion for writing into two college degrees, a novel and a lifelong connection to UW Tacoma.
Founding faculty member Robert Crawford discusses his meandering path to Tacoma and his varied passions.