Lexi Powers, a first-year student considering an education or psychology major, credits her desire to help people to the inspiration of a former teacher.
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Kyree Merritt, a first-year student from California, and a first-generation student, plans a career as a clinical psychologist.
Cameron Tsosie, a first-year student interested in psychology, wants to get into law enforcement.
Do you know what it’s like to be a student in 21st century America? Our student writer, Zak Kaletka, launches a new, occasional series examining the lives of UW Tacoma students. We realized there would be no better person to start with than Zak.
Joseph Evans, ’00, and Ben Warner, ’09, ’11, are the recipients of the 2016 UW Tacoma Distinguished Alumni Award.
Exploring the genetic bases of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's is the intended research focus of Brenda Smithhisler, '16.
With the ultimate goal of becoming a university professor, Mason Pellegrini, '16, will study rhetoric and composition at University of New Mexico this fall.
There may be no better example of the impact that a global outlook can have on education than Beleqsa Tamaami, '16, Critical Language and Gilman Scholar, Global Honors alumna and Husky 100 recipient.
Believing that everyone has the right and the ability to get an education, Deysi Nayeli Martinez, '16, plans to get a master's degree and become a school counselor.
Working two jobs and taking five classes keeps Shyla Shankle, '16, on the run, but she values the time she spends volunteering at the University Y Student Center.