Two UW Tacoma alumni found love in an unlikely place: a criminal justice course.
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First-generation students, who don't have a family history of higher education, are a group that make UW Tacoma a very special place. Read their stories as they tell, in their own words, about the challenges they overcame on their path to success.
UW Tacoma Associate Professor Erin Casey is part of a project to engage men in ending gender-based violence.
Paola Soto, a first-year and first-generation student from central Washington, wants a degree in criminal justice and plans to become a homicide detective.
The work being done by UW Tacoma Assistant Professor Barbara Toews around restorative justice and design has attracted attention from the Smithsonian Institution.
Earning two degrees with three minors all at once and being admitted to 12 graduate schools is a way that Fleciah Mburu, '16, can pay tribute to her mother.
An Army and Air Force veteran, Eric Paulsen, '16, is using his social welfare degree to move from a technical career into the helping professions.