Samantha Smith decided now was the right time and UW Tacoma was the right place to study sustainable urban development.
Veronica Ramirez Ramsay spends her time in the service of others, committed to bringing her healthcare leadership skills to her community.
Taylor Owens wants to use her criminal justice degree to address the ongoing tragedy of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Chanise Jackson and Andre Jimenez plan to go to graduate school and dedicate their careers to public service.
Darcy King and Taylor Saunders hope to fill the gaps in services for adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Two University of Washington students have been named 2020 Udall Scholars. Taylor Owens and Sierra Campbell join only 55 students nationally to receive this prestigious honor.
Just like a collage, UW Tacoma senior Stacey Fernandez is adding new pieces to her self-portrait: college graduate and soon-to-be master's student.
From India to Highline to UW Tacoma, with stops in Bakersfield and Bellingham along the way, Computer Science & Systems alumnus Gurchetan Singh knows the American Dream is alive and well.
Adriana Meraz-Gonzalez, '18 Urban Studies, will be able to pursue her dreams and give her mother the "life she deserves" thanks to the scholarships she received.
Van Huynh, '18 B.S. Nursing, had an experience with a surly nurse which became a turning point, setting her on the way to becoming a leader in health care.