Read about some of more than 1,850 UW Tacoma change-makers launching into the world in June 2018 with their newly-minted University of Washington degrees.
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Kendy Trinh, '18 Ethnic, Gender & Labor Studies, is a proud first-generation college graduate who has helped many other students build their own foundations for success.
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.
UW Tacoma faculty member Michelle Montgomery explores identity in her book about mixed-race American Indians.
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.
Josiah Pollock, '18 History, has a passion for local history that isn't confined to a textbook.
A student-driven design for an ofrenda at the Tacoma Art Museum celebrated the life of Robert James Downey, Jr., a UW Tacoma student-veteran who died in January 2017.
Your thoughtful gift on or before November 28 can make all the difference for students.
Vivid oral histories from the South Sound get a second life at UW Tacoma through a collaboration between Michael Honey and the UW Tacoma Library.
Ethnic, Gender, and Labor Studies changes the most fundamental ways you think about and relate to the world around you—it becomes a huge part of your life.