Via Project AAPI Thrive, Nestor Enguerra, Jr., is working to bring Asian American and Pacific Islander students from the margins to the center of higher education.
Carrying on the traditions of her education-oriented family, Marisa Jones, ’23, Ed.D. Educational Leadership, is fulfilling her sacred obligations to future generations.
$225,000 from the Mellon Foundation will support American Indian and Indigenous (AII) community-building events, bring more AII voices to campus, and power a summer institute on Indigenous humanities.
Rachel Endo, dean of the School of Education, has received the Mary Anne Raywid Award from the Society of Professors of Education and an Asian Leadership Award from "Profiles in Diversity Journal."
AAPI THRIVE Project is hosting two events in May that addresses racism and mental health.
“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.
The Lead Your Way program of the Milgard Women’s Initiative brings together high school sophomores, juniors and community leaders for mentoring and self-recognition.
The largest gathering of faculty and staff since the pandemic came together recently to learn about and practice active listening, empathy and mindful inquiry.
Endo has received the 2023 Distinguished Researcher Award from the American Educational Research Association’s special interest group research into the education of Asian Pacific Americans.