Twelve stories from 2023 illuminate a year of growth and accomplishments at UW Tacoma.
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.
Alumna Teiya Shimomura's experience in the classroom connected her to a local historian and an opportunity.
AAPI THRIVE Project is hosting two events in May that addresses racism and mental health.
Professor Belinda Louie's gift allowed for the purchase of a study carrel with parents in mind
“I am inspired by women who get up every day and do what’s right for their families and communities.”
The creation of the Family Room and a registered student organization offer new resources to the Native and Indigenous community at UW Tacoma.
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.
Nathanael Engen, an Air Force veteran, took first prize in the 2023 VIBE Business Plan Competition, pitching his plan to scale up his urban gourmet mushroom farming business.