Assistant Professor Seung-Jin Lee uses coffee to teach first-year students about engineering.
A $2-million federal grant will help UW Tacoma expand supports and services for Asian American, Pacific Islander and low-income students.
Natalie Eschenbaum's experience in higher education gave her the tools and insight needed to lead the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences as its new dean.
A new bachelor’s degree in education will help address a teacher shortage and increase the number of BIPOC educators in the classroom.
UW Tacoma advisor Isabella Webb is using her international experience and her Aboriginal heritage to help students find their way in college.
In addition to providing law school prep, Legal Pathways advises on careers that don't require a J.D.
UW Tacoma's Legal Pathways program succeeds in readying students and alumni for the law.
A global accrediting body for business schools has certified the Milgard School's mission, faculty and curriculum for another five years.
ASUWT President Andre Jimenez sees the pandemic as an opportunity to rethink the student experience at UW Tacoma.