The UW Tacoma Muslim Student Association raised funds to distribute sack lunches to members of Tacoma's homeless community.
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Food, drinks, education. A new SIAS lecture series takes the classroom to The Swiss.
Assistant Professor David Reyes is working with community members to address food access and insecurity in South Tacoma.
Lushootseed, once the primary language for a large part of Washington State, is making a comeback thanks in part to a unique program at UW Tacoma.
Military families and hospitalized children are just a few of the people who have benefited from Andrew Fry’s Managing Technical Teams course.
"Muslims stepped up to the plate and called extremism a cancer. That’s a powerful analogy. Cancer is lethal, and it’s killing my religion. Several non-Muslims in the audience told me that they were there to learn but also to show solidarity with Muslims."
Associate Professor Bonnie Becker uses innovative technique to track native Olympia oysters with team of local partners, students.
Hackathons at UW Tacoma give students the opportunity to tackle real-world problems.