Dilluchei "Lu-A" Kikuo found a community at UW Tacoma that has helped her understand the colonial history of her home country of Palau.
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Maybe Vlad Gud, '19, Electrical Engineering, has electricity in his veins: his grandfather was an electrician in the Soviet Union.
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.
Justin Cabanos, '19, who comes from a long line of college graduates, knows that "success is never truly your own."
"I have a growth mindset. I'm always looking for new opportunities and experiences. I like being in places where I can advocate for others." -- Diana Sheila Algomeda Villada
A garage start-up, an indoor mapping app and a marketplace for student gig-workers are all moving from the drawing board to the real world.
A free three-week day camp offered at UW Tacoma is designed to spark STEM interest and college dreams.
UW Tacoma's Campus Safety and Security has teamed up with the Office of Global Affairs on a project to help international students.
Paolo Laraño, a psychology resident with the Student Counseling Center, is creating a space for men to talk with each other about things like emotions and relationships.