The UW Tacoma Pantry helps students with food and basic supplies. Nursing & Healthcare Leadership Associate Professor Christine Stevens, staffer Nedralani Mailo and student Sequoia Conner are interviewed.
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Dr. Ingrid Walker is quoted on the prevalence and acceptance of psychiatric medications such as Xanax (benzodiazepine or "benzos"), especially among young people. Walker is the author of High: Drugs, Desire, and a Nation of Users.
UW Tacoma Library Director and Associate Dean of University Libraries Lauren Pressley is quoted in a piece describing the balance library leaders find between their jobs and their external service commitments.
Advancement student writer Danni Derrickson will join the Seattle Times Student Voices project "to write about issues critical" to her education.
Dr. Ali Modarres, director of Urban Studies, has emerged as the go-to person for analytical data about the South Sound. He established the South Sound Alliance to bring local governments into closer partnership.
A critique of Tacoma's approach to parking includes a quote from Anne Taufen, associate professor of urban studies.
Social Work & Criminal Justice Assistant Professor JaeRan Kim compares her experience as an adoptee from South Korea to the experiences depicted in the film The Return.
In a video interview, Michael Brown, Infoblox director of software and development, cites UW Tacoma as a key factor in the company's successful Tacoma office.
Students in the Master of Science in Business Analytics program are conducting an economic impact analysis of Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Infoblox, a leading cybersecurity company with an engineering office in Tacoma, cites the presence of UW Tacoma around the corner as a major factor in its location decision.