New students, new faculty, new leaders, a new building ... learn about what's new at UW Tacoma in 2017.
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Mentha Hynes-WIlson and Tye Minckler each bring a wealth of experience to their new positions as vice chancellors at UW Tacoma.
UW Tacoma Assistant Professor Chris Beasley wants to help formerly-incarcerated people get a college education, and wants the world to know the power of that redemptive transformation.
New partnerships bring expanded student health services and more ways to save money on student food expenses.
Over the next academic year, UW Tacoma is launching three new degree programs that will fuel career goals in urban design, electrical engineering and business analytics.
The KeyBank Professional Development Center is launching a new craft beer certificate, tapping into the South Sound's burgeoning craft brewery scene.
Transfer student A. Simone Graham will take her experience as middle-child mediator and her interest in people into a counseling career.
For sophomore Chase Powell, who plans to major in criminal justice, a course on the American legal system affirmed his career plans.
Senior Pranab Baidya, who is studying information technology, decided to become a resident advisor at Court 17 this year as a way of sharing with others his "amazing" campus experience.
Built as a candy factory, then housing a wholesale paper distributor, and finally serving as the location of the beloved Old Spaghetti Factory, the Tacoma Paper & Stationery Building is now a place of learning.