According to Audrey Chavarria Calderon, '16, one of the best things about UW Tacoma is the diversity, where being different is normal.
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Exploring the genetic bases of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's is the intended research focus of Brenda Smithhisler, '16.
With the ultimate goal of becoming a university professor, Mason Pellegrini, '16, will study rhetoric and composition at University of New Mexico this fall.
There may be no better example of the impact that a global outlook can have on education than Beleqsa Tamaami, '16, Critical Language and Gilman Scholar, Global Honors alumna and Husky 100 recipient.
Believing that everyone has the right and the ability to get an education, Deysi Nayeli Martinez, '16, plans to get a master's degree and become a school counselor.
A desire to "diversify the face of engineering" is what motivates Sopeck Nop, '16, who has a passion for solving systemic problems.
His passion for education has brought Daniel Kristiyanto, '16, halfway around the world. A Fulbright scholar from Indonesia, he is completing a master's degree in computer science and systems.
Meet dozens of students, faculty and staff that define what makes UW Tacoma an engine of transformation.
After a wrenching experience in the U.S. Army, Ricky Clousing, '16, has found a new focus in sustainable urban development.
Early false starts didn't stop Naomi Afereti from getting her information technology degree from UW Tacoma. The Linux system administrator is a computer support technician at Highline Community College.