UW Tacoma Professor Kima Cargill's third book takes a skeptical look at evolving marketing hype used to promote weight loss plans.
Natalie Eschenbaum's experience in higher education gave her the tools and insight needed to lead the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences as its new dean.
Canvas Assignments (including traditional Assignments, Graded Discussions, Quizzes, and Surveys) can be organized into groups. These are useful on their own to help students (and instructors!) keep track of coursework, but can further be used to implement “weighted” grading, which provides significantly more flexibility for instructors to implement a flexible, adaptive curriculum. Learn more in Continue reading
As we begin the 2022-23 academic year, here are some important points about COVID-19 regulations, instructional modality, teleworking and masking to keep in mind.
10 women-owned business finalists from the South Sound and Greater Seattle Area delivered their pitch and became winners on September 15, 2022.
UW Tacoma Professional Development Center is excited to announce the three winners of our first-ever scholarship for emerging HR professionals.
New faculty member Vern Harner brings a social justice and equity centered lens to UW Tacoma's School of Social Work & Criminal Justice
Each month, Student Affairs recognizes one of its outstanding staff members for their hard work, dedication, and passion for serving the UW Tacoma community.
Former PDC student Laurie Miller shares how obtaining a professional certificate from UW Tacoma nearly a decade ago helped her grow her career and remain up to date with her skills while working full-time.
At 13, Elavie Ndura had a goal to become a university professor and walked for three days to go to school. Today, she lights the way to education for countless others.