The 2020 pandemic is accelerating the digital transformation of society, including online working, learning, shopping, health services, playing and belonging. The future of automation and artificial intelligence will bring even greater acceleration and transformations to how we live and work.
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When COVID 19 descended upon the Pacific Northwest, the health of the people was of tremendous concern to all. Then the heavy toll on the economy took place. Businesses were shuttered or closed permanently. People lost jobs - some forever.
Two UW Tacoma students interning at Tacomaprobono this summer are helping others and gaining valuable experience.
Books helped Omer Adam adjust to life in the United States after he and his family moved from Sudan.
Years after an important encounter steered Wes Carter, '15, away from gangs, he is board president of the organization that made that encounter possible, courtesy of UW Tacoma's Board Governance course.
Originating in a brief conversation on UW Tacoma's Grand Staircase, a two-course sequence on non-profit governance fosters community connections and helps students achieve their career and service goals.
A new program at the University of Washington Tacoma will pair talented students with local agencies and businesses for year-long paid internships that emphasize community-based learning.
Two new exhibits at the Museum of Glass are the result of a year of work by seven UW Tacoma students.
Talk of stormwater and storm drains sounds so gray, so grimy, so boring. Yet mention stormwater to UW Tacoma’s Brian Hite, Jacob Moore and John Pelerine, and get set for an animated discussion.