From beekeeping to salmon saving, 2020 showed the determination and perseverance of the UW Tacoma community.
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Omari Amili spent time in prison before earning three degrees from UW Tacoma. He interviews 10 other people who graduated after they got out.
Chris Oliver was given a choice: prison or the Army. He chose the latter, then went to college, setting an example for his siblings. "This is what thrills me...that it's never too late."
Students will gain critical problem-solving skills by learning about the principles of design thinking.
Angela Suresh is shattering stereotypes about what it means to be a South Asian American.
Scientists have discovered what is killing more than half the coho salmon that return to Puget Sound’s urban streams every fall.
Each month, Student Affairs recognizes one of its outstanding staff members for their hard work, dedication, and passion for serving the UW Tacoma community.
How do you serve turkey and all the fixings to more than 100 socially-distanced residence hall students?
At Northwest Harvest, Urban Studies alumnus Chris Suh connects with people by remembering his own journey out of poverty.
Sarah Smith, senior in communications, recently completed a documentary about an underwater ocean observatory, learning more about "one of the most underexplored places known to humans."