The 2008 financial collapse put Emily Swanson's plans on hold but she revived them here at UW Tacoma.
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A new, permanent public art work, entitled “All the Rivers in the World,” stretches more than 250 feet through the UW Tacoma campus along the Prairie Line Trail.
Dr. Altaf Merchant can tell you why that grainy, black-and-white ad you just looked at turned you into a consumer.
UW Tacoma will be the west coast site of the Colorado-Washington Security Scholars Program, funded by the National Science Foundation as part of Cybercorps: Scholarship for Service.
A military-contracted fuel specialist completes his business course work with classmates while abroad in Afghanistan. Bernard Higgins is a role model in how he makes time to advance his education while serving our country.
Raised in the South at a time when women were supposed to be wives and mothers, UW Tacoma Senior Lecturer Nicole Blair defied expectations and became an accomplished teacher, musician and author.
As recounted in UW's Columns Magazine, Byron Ragland’s encounter with police at a frozen yogurt shop shook his sense of belonging and reminded him that society’s doors still aren’t open to all.
It may be over, but the 2019 UW Tacoma Commencement lives on in video, photos and stories, proving (to crib from the poet John Donne) that no one is an island.
If you can't attend the 2019 UW Tacoma Commencement in person, these resources will help you experience it virtually.
Students and faculty individually recognized at UW Tacoma's 2019 Commencement represent accomplishments in scholarship, community engagement and contributions to the campus and university.