A national non-profit, Operation Warm, recently got to see the power of an urban-serving university in action.
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The 2017 Urban Studies Forum will examine the role of immigrant labor in the regional economy.
Urban Studies Senior Lecturer Linda Ishem had an extensive career in banking and community development. Then she was in a terrible car accident. Tacoma Weekly reports on how she remade her life.
Ryan Mitchell, a transfer student and Army veteran in UW Tacoma's Urban Studies program, is focused on balancing family and school.
The award honors students from all three UW campuses who have "made the most of their UW experience."
The $2,500 grants will help students develop a customer base for their innovations.
UW Tacoma was the perfect match for her aspirations. In particular, she was drawn to the sustainable urban development major, which focuses on economic prosperity, environmental quality and social equity in urban areas.
UW Tacoma kicks off the renovation of the campus's last unrestored historic warehouse, the Tacoma Paper & Stationery Building.