Several new initiatives are helping instill financial literacy and resiliency into the UW Tacoma student body.
Mechanical engineering student Amy Keller is putting her stamp, and UW Tacoma's, on the moon, via a life-changing internship with NASA.
A $2-million federal grant will help UW Tacoma expand supports and services for Asian American, Pacific Islander and low-income students.
A free three-week day camp offered at UW Tacoma is designed to spark STEM interest and college dreams.
Signatures of 20 middle- and high-school students from UW Tacoma's Math, Science, Leadership (MSL) will be lofted into space as part of Lockheed Martin's and NASA's "Student Signatures in Space" program.
Ten motivated UW Tacoma students with a yearning to experience government in action got the opportunity of a lifetime to take part in the 2010 legislative session in Olympia.
Two high-schoolers talk about how the UW Tacoma Math-Science Leadership program furthered their interest in STEM and youth leadership.
During a four-week, free summer program, students in grades 7 to 11 study the fundamentals of math and the scientific process, robotics, environmental studies, service learning and urban design.