A study abroad program helped a group of UW Tacoma students get the information they needed to build a new website for UW's León Center.
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.
UW Tacoma senior Angel Reddy's interest in science and travel opened doors for her both on and off campus.
Alumna Amalia Perez’s choice of degrees and careers reflects her commitment to helping others.
Kevin Yuan-Jie Liu thought he wanted to be a diplomat, but the more he learned the more he thought law school a better fit for his gaming interests and personal style.
Students at UW Tacoma spent a quarter studying plastic pollution from a global perspective, working with students in Vietnam.
For more than a decade, students from Moscow and Tacoma have been working together to develop an international understanding of journalism.
Global Honors, UW Tacoma's undergraduate honors program, makes the world seem a smaller, more familiar place, according to its students.
Journalism students from Russia and UW Tacoma got an up-close look at American-style journalism in action as election-night guests of the Tacoma-based News Tribune newspaper last night.
Two UW Tacoma students will have a chance to study journalism at Russia's Moscow State University as part of an intensive one-week travel opportunity in September.