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.
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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.
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.