Lorenzo Scott, a first-year student who wants to study computer science and computer engineering, credits the Summer Bridge program and his father for getting him ready for college.
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Daniel Agee, a first-year student who has his eye on computer engineering, hopes to get into the Air Force ROTC program.
Military families and hospitalized children are just a few of the people who have benefited from Andrew Fry’s Managing Technical Teams course.
According to Audrey Chavarria Calderon, '16, one of the best things about UW Tacoma is the diversity, where being different is normal.
A desire to "diversify the face of engineering" is what motivates Sopeck Nop, '16, who has a passion for solving systemic problems.
His passion for education has brought Daniel Kristiyanto, '16, halfway around the world. A Fulbright scholar from Indonesia, he is completing a master's degree in computer science and systems.
Early false starts didn't stop Naomi Afereti from getting her information technology degree from UW Tacoma. The Linux system administrator is a computer support technician at Highline Community College.
Already armed with a UW degree in geography and global health, Duy Huynh, '16, came back to get a degree in computer science, and has a new career.
A new device developed by UW Tacoma students through their startup "One Room" could help people living with heart disease.