For Ashley Richards, ensuring a sustainable future means emphasizing the needs and civic participation of youth, with a focus on equity.
Main page content
After two years with the Peace Corps in Namibia, teaching English and, maybe, GIS, Aaron Gerard, '19 Urban Studies, envisions building a housing co-op in Tacoma's Hilltop.
West Point grad and military veteran Anastasia Cale wants to use her planning degree as a springboard to community action and public office.
The UW Latino Health Center held the third annual Latinx Faculty Recognition Event in May. Four UW Tacoma faculty members were recognized: Paulo Barreto, Anaid Yerena, Sonia De La Cruz and Ariana Ochoa Camacho.
As a kid, Augustine Canales didn't want to be anything. The UW Tacoma student is now a teacher, student, father and soon to be college graduate.
Undergraduates will apply cutting-edge data analytics to state redistricting, supported by a $340,000 NSF grant.
UW Sustainability recognizes Sarah McDaniel, ’19, and staff member Sean Schmidt for their work to promote sustainability throughout UW.
Ashley Richards, ’19, Sustainable Urban Development, is one of the 2019 Husky 100.
Meet the six UW Tacoma scholars who are part of the 2019 Husky 100. These intrepid students are making the most of their time at UW.
From world-changing wheelchairs to a compassionate coyote whisperer and lots in between, the best stories of 2018 shine a light on UW Tacoma's urban-serving mission.