As 2022 draws to a close, revisit stories that show UW Tacoma students, faculty, staff and alumni changing lives and communities.
Through a $4.8M effort, funded in part by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, the Puget Sound Institute will integrate existing environmental models to provide a cohesive picture of the entire Sound ecosystem under future conditions of climate change and population growth.
Assistant Professor Seung-Jin Lee uses coffee to teach first-year students about engineering.
Bringing together business, technology and design thinking, UW Tacoma's newest building embodies a spirit of innovative collaboration.
With accessible, everyday items like sticky notes and pipe cleaners, UW Tacoma’s Global Innovation & Design Lab brings together people of all backgrounds to solve difficult challenges, using design thinking.
Executive Vice Chancellor Andrew Harris will participate in third cohort of national leadership development program.
A $2-million federal grant will help UW Tacoma expand supports and services for Asian American, Pacific Islander and low-income students.
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 of Race and Urbanism Davon Woodard is passionate about urban spaces -- making them more equitable and livable for their diverse communities.
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.