The article does not mention that Charles McDonald is an alumnus of UW Tacoma, graduating in 2013 with a BA in Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences.
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In a report on which metro areas will see the most jobs created by 2017 (three in the northwest), Institute of Technology director Rob Friedman describes the growth in enrollments and degrees granted by the Institute and notes that demand is rising even faster.
A story about the creation of the Institute for Global Engagement profiles Thuy Tien Thi Vo, a global honors accounting major, and describes the goals of the new institute.
Barbara Endicott-Popovsky, executive director of the UW Tacoma-based Center for Cybersecurity and Information Assurance, was interviewed by Seattle's King5 about a recent security breach involving Snapchat.
UW Tacoma Masters in Cybersecurity and Leadership student Nicolas Peterson describes the "lack of trust" between cyber security students and government that hinders recruitment.
In an extensive profile, UW Tacoma's Institute of Technology is described as "an integral part of the downtown campus that draws faculty from all over the world."
Washington Technology Industry Allliance COO Mike Monroe blogs about his visit to UW Tacoma Institute of Technology. He calls UW Tacoma "one of the largest producers of proven technology talent in the State."
The opening of the first section of the Prairie Line Trail, an urban linear park intended to connect Tacoma to a growing regional greenway system, was celebrated with speeches and a ribbon cutting.
A News Tribune editorial says a UW Tacoma law program would be a valuable source of locally-trained legal professionals, and calls on the community to fund the program's startup costs.
UW Tacoma's Center for Strong Schools' work on the Tacoma Whole Child Initiative with Tacoma Public Schools is profiled. 26 elementary, middle and high schools are involved.