Chancellor Sheila Edwards Lange shared her vision for the future of the UW Tacoma campus: more students, more academic programs, more collaboration, more equitable economic development.
Dr. Emese Hadnagy and her new faculty colleagues are designing UW Tacoma’s new civil engineering program to be inclusive and engaged.
For Earth Day, students, faculty and staff from all three UW campuses reflect on what it means to be sustainable during a pandemic.
A new greenhouse in UW Tacoma’s Giving Garden will yield more fruits, vegetables and learning opportunities.
During Earth Week 2020, UW Tacoma is recognizing the hard work of the Facilities Services team in resource conservation, including a 40% reduction in energy use intensity between 2014 and 2018.
Local high-school students teamed up with UW Tacoma's Giving Garden to create habitats for bees and other pollinators.
Time is running out for you to have your say about your experience getting to and from campus (and parking!) by taking the transportation survey.
The system is part of a larger plan by Facilities Services to conserve water on campus.
More bees. More beds. A paid coordinator. Even hops. At age ten, UW Tacoma's community garden is growing and bearing fruit.