Emily Clouse, '18 Psychology, relates her experience in the U.S. military to her desire to improve the outlook for formerly incarcerated people and her interest in the moral foundations of war.
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Beck Adelante, '18 Arts, Media & Culture, learned to be brave at UW Tacoma, and translated that onto the stage and into a Husky 100 award.
Brit Barnhouse, '18 Writing Studies, immersed herself fully into an ocean of words, becoming editor of Tahoma West and mentoring writers at the TLC.
Fadumo Abdirahman, '18 Communication, put her passion for human-centered design and diversifying STEM fields into practice as a member of the research team for Project EMAR.
Students at UW Tacoma spent a quarter studying plastic pollution from a global perspective, working with students in Vietnam.
Foraging the Hive, a new art installation by Senior Lecturer Tyler Budge and his artistic partner Sara Young combines bees, test tubes and discarded items.
When Jim Gawel looks at a lake, he sees an opportunity to learn--not just for the students he instructs, but for entire populations who rely on and reside by those water bodies.
UW Tacoma junior Isabell Murray is using her status as Miss Pierce County to help raise awareness about juvenile incarceration.
The annual honor recognizes students who've made the most of their time at UW.
Assistant Professors Rachel Hershberg and Vanessa de Veritch Woodside are using interviews to understand the effects of detention on immigrants and refugees in the South Sound.