What keeps students from finishing their college degrees? How can we help them complete? Bonnie Becker is leading a data-driven effort to find answers to these questions.
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UW Tacoma hosts a number of youth-oriented programs during the summer that are designed to get local students excited about the future.
UW Tacoma’s Associate Director of New Student and Family Programs has a passion for ice cream and for helping students succeed.
Creating a college-going culture begins in middle school for UW Tacoma's DJ Crisostomo.
UW Tacoma's Amanda Figueroa is using her love of science and advocacy to help students succeed.
A college-going culture-building partnership with five local school districts connects youth to their bright futures.
UW Tacoma’s Pathways to Promise community partnerships expand to help create college-going culture and college readiness in local teens.
During a four-week, free summer program, students in grades 7 to 11 study the fundamentals of math and the scientific process, robotics, environmental studies, service learning and urban design.