UW's Population Health Initiative recently spotlighted the work of UW Tacoma Associate Professor Michelle Montgomery.
Fourteen stories from the past year that showcase the best of UW Tacoma.
DeAnn Dillon is a mom, a teacher, an auntie, a Native American, a legislative aide, and a doctoral student. She is also a giver of energy.
The Indigenizing Pedagogy Institute is helping to decolonize the classroom while creating visibility for Native students at UW Tacoma.
UW Tacoma's School of Education and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe have signed a memorandum of agreement that will bring a doctoral program to the tribal college.
UW Tacoma faculty member Michelle Montgomery explores identity in her book about mixed-race American Indians.
Twa-le Abrahamson, '02, air quality coordinator for the Spokane Tribe of Indians, is working to spread awareness of the hazardous legacy of the Midnite Mine on the Spokane Reservation.
The third annual Symposium on Contemporary Native American Issues in Higher Education will feature talks by Dr. Robbie Paul and Dr. Charlotte Coté.