Majoring in biomedical sciences is helping junior Christian "CJ" James further his dream of becoming a physician.
As 2022 draws to a close, revisit stories that show UW Tacoma students, faculty, staff and alumni changing lives and communities.
ASUWT President Jai'Shon Berry took his mother's words to heart: renew your commitment every single day and work hard for it.
UW Tacoma's Legal Pathways program succeeds in readying students and alumni for the law.
When an injury forced him to give up his Army career, Eric Colon found a new way to get ahead and give back at UW Tacoma.
Future social worker Kashira Jenkins learned a lot about the foster care system when her mother started fostering children in 2015.
With pandemic chaos all around him, Spencer Tyson leveraged his college experience to drive change in public health systems.
Her concern for animal welfare led Heather Finch to a degree in computer science and a plan to innovate alternatives to animal testing.
Teetering on the brink, Navy veteran Andre Henderson recalled his mother’s words urging higher education, and took a path that turned his life around.
A first-generation college student graduating with a degree in nursing, Melissa Nunez found that help is available for the asking, if you know who to ask.