Students at UW Tacoma spent a quarter studying plastic pollution from a global perspective, working with students in Vietnam.
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A 2018 Livable City Year project sheds light on the pros and cons of housing options such as community land trusts and tiny homes.
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 an reside by those water bodies.
With initial funding from the Gary E. Milgard Foundation, The Milgard Success Center launched in November 2017. The focus of the Success Center is to work with the local South Sound community to assess employment needs, encourage internships and fill open permanent positions with current Milgard students and alumni.
UW Tacoma junior Isabell Murray is using her status as Miss Pierce County to help raise awareness about juvenile incarceration.
Assistant Professor JaeRan Kim's research examines what happens after children are adopted and placed with new families.
"If money wasn’t an issue, what would you do?”