Twelve stories from 2023 illuminate a year of growth and accomplishments at UW Tacoma.
Via Project AAPI Thrive, Nestor Enguerra, Jr., is working to bring Asian American and Pacific Islander students from the margins to the center of higher education.
UW Tacoma enrolled 4,790 students at all levels in 2023, marking a shift that signals a post-pandemic recovery.
Dr. Sharon Laing is being recognized by the American Public Health Association for the excellence and impact of her mentoring.
A dozen students from eight Indigenous communities came together to burnish their research skills and create poetry, film and art during a week-long, hands-on institute.
Several new initiatives are helping instill financial literacy and resiliency into the UW Tacoma student body.
An exhibit based on the book "Still Doing Life," co-authored by Associate Professor Barb Toews, is on display in the Snoqualmie Power House.
As concerns about the value of a college degree grow, UW Tacoma’s impact is gaining greater recognition.
The school welcomes its inaugural cohort of first-year students to campus this fall, via a program aimed at building community and fostering student success.
The U.S. Department of State has awarded it’s first-ever IDEAS consortium grant to UW Tacoma for a program exploring tribal sovereignty and climate issues through an Indigenous lens.