After serving in similar roles at The Evergreen State College and Purchase College in New York State, Dr. Amanda Walker is ready to grow support for UW Tacoma's boundless ambitions.
Several new initiatives are helping instill financial literacy and resiliency into the UW Tacoma student body.
As concerns about the value of a college degree grow, UW Tacoma’s impact is gaining greater recognition.
Assistant Teaching Professor Ronnie San Nicolas's lived experience guides his hands-on approach to teaching as well as his work with the Simon Family Endowment and AAPI THRIVE.
$225,000 from the Mellon Foundation will support American Indian and Indigenous (AII) community-building events, bring more AII voices to campus, and power a summer institute on Indigenous humanities.
The largest gathering of faculty and staff since the pandemic came together recently to learn about and practice active listening, empathy and mindful inquiry.
A project called “Research for All” aims to get students involved in hands-on engineering research as an integral part of their classroom experience.
Through an oral history of Washington’s great natural resource conflicts such as the “fish wars,” the Center for Urban Waters hopes to point the way forward on future challenges like climate change.
A $100,000 grant is helping students surmount housing insecurity and other concerns that might otherwise disrupt their educational and career plans.