Alumna Teiya Shimomura's experience in the classroom connected her to a local historian and an opportunity.
On the eve of our 30th anniversary, the UW Tacoma Library is spearheading a project to document the origins and development of UW Tacoma through oral history.
The Tacoma Buddhist Temple, Sunya Pratt and Japantown come together in librarian Justin Wadland's latest research.
A Picasso drawing in the UW Tacoma Library has traveled from Paris to Hiroshima to Tacoma in the name of peace.
A guide to public art on the UW Tacoma campus lists more than 80 works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Dale Chihuly, Gerard Tsutakawa and Dawoud Bey.
The history of a thriving pre-WWII Japanese American community in Tacoma will be commemorated via a sculpture by renowned artist Gerard Tsutakawa, to be installed along the Prairie Line Trail.
The 55,000 sq. ft. building houses three floors of space for library and learning resources, staff offices, and two floors of unprogrammed space for future growth.
Dr. Grethe Cammermeyer will keynote UW Tacoma Nursing Program's 20th anniversary celebration.
“Temporal Terminus” will be on display now through the end of November.
Gerard Tsutakawa has designed a 9-foot-tall bronze artwork to be featured along the campus's Prairie Line Trail.