Keynoting the March 6 event, which focuses on cybersecurity, is Bill Boni, vice president of information security at T-Mobile USA.
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Joel Kotkin, keynote speaker at this year's Urban Studies Forum, told the audience the South Sound "offers a lifestyle that appeals to most of the population."
The Master in Cybersecurity and Leadership could double the number of students it accepts as a result of the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity's new partnership with the U.S. Army Reserve.
The experiences of two UW Tacoma students coping with textbook expenses are used to frame reporting on two bills being proposed in Olympia to rein in textbook costs.
An editorial lauds the work of UW Tacoma, among many community partners, in helping Tacoma Public Schools achieve a dramatic turnaround in graduation rates. The Tacoma Whole Child Initiative, led by the Center for Strong Schools, is mentioned.
UW Tacoma's Institute of Technology and the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity are joining five other universities across the nation to provide the U.S. Army Reserve with trained cybersecurity professionals.
Eric Bugyis, lecturer in Interdisicplinary Arts & Sciences, is a frequent contributor to Commonweal magazine, a leading publication on culture and politics. In this blog post, he reflects on Andrew Sullivan, the influential former editor of The New Republic, who recently shut down his 15-year old blog, The Dish.
Milgard School of Business alumnus Steve Buchanan is co-founder and CEO of ChooseVets, which was one of the first startups to emerge from the Veterans Incubator for Better Entrepreneurship (VIBE).
The honorees listed in the News Tribune story include Paul Ellingson of Bargreen Ellingson, Bill Evans of the Pacific Northwest Shop, and the Geneva Foundation.
A national health-club-industry trade publication reports on the collaboration of UW Tacoma and YMCA of Pierce & Kitsap Counties that has produced the student-funded University Y Student Center.