UW Tacoma students braved the wind and rain this past January to help administer the Point-In-Time Count, a county specific survey for people experiencing homelessness.
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After Eric Barone completed his degree in computer science and systems in 2011, he spent four years working seven days per week, 10-12 hours per day, developing Stardew Valley, one of the most successful indie games ever.
Ten ways UW Tacoma is living up to the spirit of the 2018 Golden Shovel Award, presented to the campus by the Economic Development Board of Tacoma--Pierce County.
With a $1.1-million grant from NSF, Project EMAR is inviting students from seven Puget Sound high schools to help design a robot that will measure and reduce stress in teens.
Roseann Martinez and the newly created Office of Student Advocacy and Support are helping students find the resources they need to overcome obstacles and continue their education.
The Washington Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers presented the award to Marian Harris in early March.
A tri-campus survey on housing and food insecurity builds on earlier work by Nursing & Healthcare Leadership Associate Professor Christine Stevens.
Former KING 5 reporter Linda Byron is used to asking questions. This quarter, she's answering them in a course on investigative journalism.
UW Tacoma alumnus Jacob Nau and SIAS lecturer Abby Murray are among the recipients of local Spark Grants.