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Headshot of UW Tacoma senior Kristina Pogosian

Preserving a Legacy

October 15, 2020

UW Tacoma junior and UW Regent Kristina Pogosian is succeeding for herself and for her family.

UW Tacoma student Seonhwa Pak in front of a planter full of flowers.

Finding the Time

October 9, 2020

UW Tacoma senior Seonhwa Pak's decision to get involved on campus changed her college experience.

Tacomaprobono logo

Education Outside the Classroom

August 13, 2020

Two UW Tacoma students interning at Tacomaprobono this summer are helping others and gaining valuable experience.

UW Tacoma Assistant Professor Sharon Laing

The Mentor

July 16, 2020

Four of Assistant Professor Sharon Laing's students were recognized this past spring at the University of Washington Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Leticia Romo Bueno, UW Tacoma 2020 Chancellor's Medalist

Más Que Un Simple Papel

June 19, 2020

La educación ha sido la única constante en la dura e impredecible vida de Leticia Romo Bueno, galardonada con la Medalla del Rector.

Tressa Lacy, MAcc student

Celebrating Student Success: Tressa Lacy

January 13, 2020

First-generation Master of Accounting student, author, and mother of five: Tressa Lacy, is achieving multiple milestones through the support of scholarships, mentors, and Milgard community resources

UW Tacoma alumnus Marco Barjas and UW Tacoma student Ken Burkart in a boat on Lake Killarney.

It's a Dirty Job

November 14, 2019

UW Tacoma alumnus Marco Barajas is happiest when he's knee deep in muck or up to his elbows in grease.

UW Tacoma student Maggie Jo Baer looks at a sediment sample through a microscope.

How They Spent Their Summer

October 3, 2019

A group of UW Tacoma students and one recent alumna spent their summer in the lab as part of Senior Lecturer Julie Masura's environmental research experience course.

UW Tacoma student Jeff Bantay

Soldiering On

September 18, 2019

Army veteran and UW Tacoma senior Jeff Bantay overcame a difficult transition from military to civilian life and is now thriving.

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