Ka Yee Yeung, bioinformatics professor in SET and co-founder of BioDepot LLC, was recently interviewed by Osage University Partners for their series on female start-up founders.
Her concern for animal welfare led Heather Finch to a degree in computer science and a plan to innovate alternatives to animal testing.
With his background in math and his degree in computer science, Dustin Ray hopes to harness artificial intelligence for social good.
Being a woman of color in STEM has been challenging for Chanelle Allen, but being able to help others find their way in keeps her going.
In 2022 we are celebrating thousands of UW Tacoma grads from 2020, 2021 and 2022.
UW Tacoma SET hosted its first annual Research Showcase in an effort to build a culture of innovation by stimulating collaborations through networking among SET faculty and external collaborators.
Tacoma native Lorne Arnold is helping build UW Tacoma's new civil engineering program
Over the next seven years, new cohorts of high-achieving, low-income students with demonstrated financial need will get support from UW Tacoma to pursue STEM education.
Associate Teaching Professor Menaka Abraham helps students reach new heights.