John Goodlad, emeritus professor of education at UW in Seattle, and renowned educational researcher and theorist, has died at the age of 94.
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The U.S. Department of State announced that psychology student Aimee Huynh will receive a Spring 2015 Gilman Scholarship, allowing her to attend Osaka University in Japan for one semester. In 2014, Christine Brubaker-Holland (Healthcare Leadership) and Tiffany Fox (Global Studies) received Gilman Scholarships to China.
Partnership between UW Tacoma and Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound fosters college-going culture with scholarship funding, mentoring and internships.
The week, from November 17-21, gives students from the South Sound and abroad an opportunity to think internationally.
As part of a push to expand performing arts on campus, UW Tacoma staged a production of "Unwritten Women: Five Short Plays Based on Female Literary Characters from History."
Charles McDonald, ‘13, walks away from the longstanding game show with $54,790 in cash and prizes.
Wil Johnson, ’08, uses communication skills he developed while ASUWT president as a special education teacher in the Puyallup School District.
The Office of Veteran and Military Services, located on the second floor of the Mattress Factory building, helps veterans and their families navigate their return to civilian life and make use of their educational benefits. Learn more about its dedicated staff.