A group of UW Tacoma students, faculty and staff have come together to make masks for the community.
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Professor Divya McMillin doesn't wield a hammer but her ideas have helped shaped UW Tacoma's mission.
New initiatives and rapid growth are part of the vision for engineering and technology education at UW Tacoma.
Assistant Professor Anaid Yerena's work on affordable housing comes at a time of rapid economic growth in Tacoma and the region.
One student's journey from high school drop-out to grad school acceptance.
Assistant Professor David Reyes is working with community members to address food access and insecurity in South Tacoma.
Ethnic, Gender, and Labor Studies changes the most fundamental ways you think about and relate to the world around you—it becomes a huge part of your life.
“Skateboarding is a universal language,” Warner says. “The invitation to play is irresistible if communicated well…and play breaks down cultural bias.” If Alchemy achieves its goals, Warner tells the News Tribune, Tacoma itself will become better.
The 2015 UW Tacoma Urban Studies Forum addressed questions of jobs and housing in the South Sound.