Assistant Teaching Professor Sarah A. Chavez had a decision to make, choosing between two life paths. The road she chose brought her to UW Tacoma.
A dozen students from eight Indigenous communities came together to burnish their research skills and create poetry, film and art during a week-long, hands-on institute.
ASUWT President Holly Wetzel credits her experience at UW Tacoma for her personal transformation
Joe Davis is the first alum from either UW Tacoma or UW Bothell to be named president of 60,000-member UW Alumni Association.
Six grants from EPA and Puget Sound Partnership will go toward understanding and reducing emerging threats from toxic chemicals in Puget Sound.
Julie Venezio, ’23, B.A. Psychology, credits career and academic advisors for her success as a student and as inspirations for her future career plans.
When not delving into algebraic topology, Army veteran Phillip Dontje, ’23, B.S. Mathematics, is raising his children and preparing for his upcoming Ph.D. studies.
Inspired by her mother, Nyah Laureta, '23 (B.S. biomedical sciences) is well on her way to her dream of becoming a physician.
With Professor Sharon Laing's guidance, UW Tacoma student Lucas Bjorkheim is realizing his dream of becoming a doctor.