A chance encounter set Barbara Bartolatz on the path to achieving her goal of becoming a development officer.
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Krystal Adolph, '05, the recipient of the 2018 UW Tacoma Distinguished Alumni Award, is always ready with a shoulder for the kids at the Muckleshoot Tribal School in Auburn.
Dr. Ed Kolodziej at the Center for Urban Waters is the lead researcher on a project with funding from the National Science Foundation that aims to identify what is killing coho salmon in urban watersheds.
She's helped pull canoes but this year Patricia Conway, '16, is on a different kind of journey.
Tribes from around the world are in the Pacific Northwest to participate in the annual Canoe Journey.
UW Tacoma student LeShawn Gamble has overcome traumatic injury and incarceration to become a leading voice and artist in the community.
There's arsenic in Lake Killarney, but Jim Gawel and his students were surprised to discover how it is finding its way into the food web.
The U.S. Department of State has announced that two UW Tacoma faculty will receive Fulbright awards to support their research in India and Canada.
Ellen Moore, senior lecturer in UW Tacoma's School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, teaches environmental communication, but could just as easily have become a forensic anthropologist.