A national non-profit, Operation Warm, recently got to see the power of an urban-serving university in action.
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UW Tacoma's Amanda Figueroa is using her love of science and advocacy to help students succeed.
Urban Studies Senior Lecturer Linda Ishem had an extensive career in banking and community development. Then she was in a terrible car accident. Tacoma Weekly reports on how she remade her life.
As UW Tacoma's new Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Melissa Lavitt will have a key role spurring the academic development of the institution.
UW Tacoma's Pacific Avenue retail space will be completely full for the first time by the end of summer 2015.
UW Tacoma's contributions to the city and the region are being recognized with awards for collaboration and partnership.
Urban Studies lecture to look at university’s role in the community.
Partnership between UW Tacoma and Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound fosters college-going culture with scholarship funding, mentoring and internships.
This 2011 story describes the community collaboration that created the Zina Linnik Project in Tacoma's Hilltop neighborhood.