Six UW Tacoma students are making the most of their UW experience, and are recognized with the 2021 Husky 100 honor.
This year’s Husky 100 cohort includes six UW Tacoma students. The annual recognition honors those who have made the most of their UW experience. Students are nominated to be part of the Husky 100. As part of the application process, nominees are asked to talk about their time on campus including connecting “what happens inside and outside of the classroom," and applying "what they learn to make a difference on campus, in their communities and for the future.”
A total of 44 UW Tacoma students have been named to the Husky 100 since 2016. You can read profiles of both this year’s and previous honorees by visiting the Husky 100 page.
In a story about increasing exposure to wildfire smoke in our region, Associate Professor Robin Evans-Agnew talks about the resulting increased prevalence of asthma and its inequitable burden on society.