Alumna Lan Allison's experience working with the Global Innovation and Design Lab opened multiple doors, including with United Way of Pierce County.
ASUWT President Andre Jimenez sees the pandemic as an opportunity to rethink the student experience at UW Tacoma.
Established in January 2021, Milgard’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Council is an advisory and recommending body to the Dean on inculcation of best practices, policies and promotion of knowledge and skills to ensure that all members of the Milgard community are treated with respect and dignity, have access and voice, and an opportunity to achieve their full potential. Chaired by the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer, the Council will consist of 12-15 individuals representing all constituent groups including undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community collaborators. The first cohort of Council members will serve a 1-2 year term, meeting monthly from September to June in the academic year.
As a pragmatic person, Sarah Abruzzini has learned lessons both in and out of the classroom. Her degree in biomedical sciences fulfills her interest in mysteries and in being challenged.
Chanise Jackson and Andre Jimenez plan to go to graduate school and dedicate their careers to public service.
Alumna Ayda Kedirkhan wants to change the world, one design at a time.
UW Tacoma alumna Christian Bell is using skills she honed at UW Tacoma to help stop the spread of COVID in Pierce County.
Students will gain critical problem-solving skills by learning about the principles of design thinking.
Huatong Sun writes that despite efforts to wall off regional or national internets, social media companies will have to continue aggressively competing across borders if they are to grow.
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