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Moving the field forward: student paper award results for future-tech research

March 1, 2018

In 2018, The Center for Business Analytics (CBA) at Milgard School of Business, International Society of Service Innovation Professionals (ISSIP), and International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) partnered to promote and disperse research among students and professionals with the objective of understanding intelligent service systems.

UW Tacoma part-time lecturer Linda Byron stands on the bridge of glass holding a yellow umbrella.

Meet the Press

February 28, 2018

Former KING 5 reporter Linda Byron is used to asking questions. This quarter, she's answering them in a course on investigative journalism.

UW Tacoma alumnus Jacob Nau stands outside Tioga library.

Being the Spark

February 23, 2018

UW Tacoma alumnus Jacob Nau and SIAS lecturer Abby Murray are among the recipients of local Spark Grants.

UW Tacoma student Youcef Bennour poses at a podium at the World Affairs Council in Washington, D.C.

Practicing Global Citizenship

February 23, 2018

As part of his involvement with the World Affairs Council UW Tacoma senior Youcef Bennour attended the national conference in Washington, D.C.

UW Tacoma Staff Member Nick Butler poses on the bridge between Tioga and Snoqualmie libraries.

A Creative Take on Business

February 21, 2018

An artist and computer scientist, Nick Butler is excited to foster growth at the Milgard School of Business as the newest Instructional Designer and Technologist.

A group of "millennials".

Millennials are everywhere and they’re (increasingly becoming) more important than you and I

February 20, 2018

The generation known as ‘Millennials’ (roughly born from 1980-2000, though these dates are sometimes debated) are considered to be one of the most studied generations to date. Their propensity for wanting to be highly engaged by what they do, demanding transparency from the companies they not only work for but who’s products they consume, and their collective sense of community driven by shared interests makes this generation an interesting newcomer to the workforce.

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