In 2022 we are celebrating thousands of UW Tacoma grads from 2020, 2021 and 2022.
UW's Population Health Initiative recently spotlighted the work of UW Tacoma Associate Professor Michelle Montgomery.
Over the next seven years, new cohorts of high-achieving, low-income students with demonstrated financial need will get support from UW Tacoma to pursue STEM education.
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.
Six South Sound individuals and two organizations were recognized for making a difference in Latinx communities.
Kurt Hatch brings his skills and knowledge as an anti-racist educator to the School of Education's Educational Administration Program.
Social Work & Criminal Justice Dean Keva Miller has become a person like those who nurtured and mentored her throughout her life — someone whom others look up to.
The Indigenizing Pedagogy Institute is helping to decolonize the classroom while creating visibility for Native students at UW Tacoma.