Stories of the myriad ways the people of UW Tacoma came together in 2015 for a greater Tacoma.
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Michael Kilmer, '01, '04, oversees 11,000 social workers and six innovative programs at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Here are ways the UW Tacoma community can support Daniel Lyon, '13, the firefighter who was critically injured in this summer's Twisp River Fire.
UW Tacoma's steel W weighs 7,000 pounds, is strong enough to survive a hurricane or stop a bus, and owes its existence to a community of supporters.
Lizeth Garcia, '13, has been named a 2015-16 Fulbright English Teaching Assistant.
Three words come to mind when thinking of Tia Squires, '15, Criminal Justice and Law & Policy - driven, ambitious and inspired.
Graduating with a BA in writing studies with global honors, Stillman found himself going way beyond "all I wanted to do was learn how to write."
2015 Rod Hagenbuch Award recipient Inteus Taylor is ready for his next adventure: he’s heading to China for a master’s degree in international relations.
Graduating in 2015 with a BA in social welfare with global honors, Ganita's drive swept her from Ethiopia to Ohio to Tacoma.
Sonia Nazario, Pulitzer-Prize winning author of Enrique's Journey, will present a public lecture on immigration policy in the U.S. during a multi-day campus visit.