Six grants from EPA and Puget Sound Partnership will go toward understanding and reducing emerging threats from toxic chemicals in Puget Sound.
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.
UW Tacoma Professor Ed Kolodziej represented the U.S. for the prestigious Frontiers Planet Prize honoring “impactful research breakthroughs” in global sustainability science.
Alumna Victoria Nuon's education has been transformative for her and her family.
UW Tacoma senior Angel Reddy's interest in science and travel opened doors for her both on and off campus.
Majoring in biomedical sciences is helping junior Christian "CJ" James further his dream of becoming a physician.
Local, state, federal and tribal science and policy leaders cited work by UW Tacoma/WSU’s Washington Stormwater Center to identify a toxic tire preservative.
Assistant Professor Anna Groat Carmona's time as a self described "outsider" ultimately led her to a Fulbright to study infectious disease.
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.