Eric Madfis, associate professor of criminal justice, provides insights into the wide disparity between the number of mass shootings involving male vs. female suspects.
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Nursing & Heatlthcare Leadership Associate Professor Christine Stevens is a co-author of a study examining art-based mindfulness activities that could serve to reduce one of the markers of stress in teenage girls.
Assistant Professor Rubén Casas, of the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, argues that the Tacoma region needs to make decisions now that will affect whether it will be inclusive and equitable in the future.
The News Tribune editorial board calls on public higher education institutions, including UW Tacoma, to provide safe storage of student guns, a practice just ended by WSU.
Opinion columnist Clarence Page cites and quotes the work of Social Work & Criminal Justice's Eric Madfis in the wake of two mass shootings in El Paso, Tex., and Dayton, Ohio.
Lecturer Sarah Chavez took part in Poets and Artists for Migrant Justice at Seattle's Victor Hugo House, and spoke about the event with its organizer, Paul Hlava Ceballos.
Social Work & Criminal Justice's Eric Madfis describes how white male grievance culture may motivate some individuals to carry out mass shootings.
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences Associate Professor Chris DeMaske cautions that government's current hands-off policy regarding internet regulation, leaving it primarily to the commercial sector, is incompatible with democracy.
School of Engineering & Technology Professor Ankur Teredesai was co-chair of the Association for Computing Machinery's 2019 computer science and artificial intelligence conference, held in Anchorage, Alaska.
The start-up phase of the new effort, directed by Milgard's Stan Emert and supported with a $1M gift from the Rainiers, will see the launch of a new course in sports enterprise management this fall.