For Ashley Richards, ensuring a sustainable future means emphasizing the needs and civic participation of youth, with a focus on equity.
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Loving both science and writing, Christina Nelson discovered a way to harness both passions in her work with Project EMAR.
A multifold passion for math powered Stephen Kvamme, '19, Electrical Engineering, into a position at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Keyport, Wash.
Dilluchei "Lu-A" Kikuo found a community at UW Tacoma that has helped her understand the colonial history of her home country of Palau.
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.