Aaron Artman, president of the Tacoma Rainiers since 2007, will teach Revenue Generation in the Milgard School of Business, Sports Enterprise Management program. The class will be held this Winter Quarter at Cheney Stadium, with free parking for students.
School and women's tackle football helped current UW Tacoma student Ashley Young find her way after her military career ended.
Jen Cohen, UW Athletic Director and Tacoma native, will teach a course in sports enterprise management at the Milgard School of Business this winter.
Reporting directly to Dean Altaf Merchant (Milgard School of Business Dean) this position supports the Dean and provides oversight and support to several functions within the Dean’s Office. Independent and strategic thinking, leadership, and problem solving are required on a daily basis to implement initiatives and provide guidance within the Dean’s office and among the Milgard Leadership Teams. This position requires collaboration with the Director of Operations and also supervises and leads staff.
As Chancellor Sheila Edwards Lange begins her new role, she reflects on her personal journey and her vision for UW Tacoma's future.
Students are days away from returning to campus, and the Integrated Facilities Management team has been working hard to prepare the way.
The Milgard School of Business is proud of its impressive graduation and employment rates. UW Tacoma ranks 5th in the state for the highest post-graduation starting salary in a recent study from SmartAsset, a New York-based financial advice company.
A recent study conducted by Ford, Bezbaruah et al., and published in the Journal of Business Research ranks Professor Merchant as the 11th most impactful advertising researcher based on citations.
The Milgard School of Business is celebrating Evie Lynn, Gordon Naccarato, Brad Cheney, Kathi Littmann, Jim Milgard Jr. and Bill Weyerhaeuser at its annual recognition gala.
The Milgard Women’s Initiative (MWI) is housed within the Center for Leadership & Social Responsibility (CLSR) at the Milgard School of Business. The council has several committees, which are led by members of the MWI Advisory Council. Within this Council, a number of committees develop and implement programs to “advance women as creative and innovative leaders throughout their organizations and communities.”