Alumnus Peter Jung uses the board game Dungeons & Dragons to help neurodivergent kids create community.
As 2022 draws to a close, revisit stories that show UW Tacoma students, faculty, staff and alumni changing lives and communities.
UW Tacoma alumna Nadia Caldwell is using the skills she developed on campus to help bridge divides.
Alumnus Steve Stermer left his high stress job as a chef and came to UW Tacoma to pursue a degree in Computer Science & Systems.
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.
Annemarie Martin's desire to study abroad ultimately led her to UW Tacoma as both a student and employee.
Alumnus Michael Jordan, '14, is using the skills he honed at UW Tacoma to help Black-owned businesses in Pierce County.
When an injury forced him to give up his Army career, Eric Colon found a new way to get ahead and give back at UW Tacoma.