Students like Milgard School of Business Alumnus Jason Atherton will be the main beneficiaries of UW Tacoma's $45-million philanthropic campaign.
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First-year student Mary Rose Cadelina, who is interested in accounting, had her eyes opened to her strengths by UW Tacoma's Summer Bridge program.
"We are pursuing a new set of bold initiatives in business education that signal the Milgard School as a center for enlightened thinking, sustainable economics, and highly responsive action…qualities essential for challenging times ahead."
Out the door most mornings by 6:30 a.m., bouncing back and forth between family, school, work and homework, Renne Inglett, '16, has finished her marketing degree with support from friends, family and classmates.
Spending hours and hours teaching herself Lotus 1-2-3 aboard a fishing vessel got Nadia Thompson, '16, on the path to her accounting degree.
After his first attempt at a college degree didn't go as planned, Dane Jessen, '16, is on a path to his dream job.
What started as a "happy accident" for Katie Kenny now looks like a sure thing. Her appetite for management has been whetted.
UW Tacoma has named Dr. Howard L. Smith as the new Gary E. and James A. Milgard Endowed Dean of the Milgard School of Business.