Assistant Professor Christopher Schell calls on life scientists to "engage with the diversity of peoples in our cities to more holistically recognize the socio-ecological processes that contribute to urban evolution."
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A curated list of 10 companies that are built on technology developed at UW includes KenSci, co-founded by Dr. Ankur Teredesai and based on research done at UW Tacoma.
Social Work & Criminal Justice Associate Professor Eric Madfis's worked with colleague Jack Levin in 2009 to develop a "sequential model to understand mass shootings at schools."
The author, Cheryl Cariño-Burr, is a 2011 alumna of Highline College and UW Tacoma. She currently helps immigrants with professional education from other countries secure U.S. credentials in their fields.
UW Tacoma geoscientist Dan Shugar's work on melting of Canada's Kaskawulsh glacier is mentioned.
Assistant Professor Karen Cowgill, SIAS, is quoted on the practice of hospitals in Congo "detaining" patients who can't pay.
The story cites technology developed at UW Tacoma's Center for Data Science that can be used to predict in patients "which factors will impact future health outcomes."
UW Tacoma Assistant Professor Christopher Schell is leading a study, in partnership with Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, on urban wildlife in Tacoma.
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences Assistant Professor Rubén Casas writes about Tacoma's "social infrastructure," the public spaces, organizations and institutions that promote civic engagement.
At its October meeting, the UW Board of Regents approved a universal student transportation pass (the UPass) at UW Tacoma.