Six grants from EPA and Puget Sound Partnership will go toward understanding and reducing emerging threats from toxic chemicals in Puget Sound.
Inspired by her mother, Nyah Laureta, '23 (B.S. biomedical sciences) is well on her way to her dream of becoming a physician.
$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.
With Professor Sharon Laing's guidance, UW Tacoma student Lucas Bjorkheim is realizing his dream of becoming a doctor.
Dr. Luna Zhang’s research on platform economy has been recognized by a premier academic journal and a premier academic conference.
Dr. Ka Yee Yeung’s research group is making a key contribution to a historic effort to understand the function of every human gene.
Mechanical engineering student Amy Keller is putting her stamp, and UW Tacoma's, on the moon, via a life-changing internship with NASA.
A project called “Research for All” aims to get students involved in hands-on engineering research as an integral part of their classroom experience.
Milgard Professor Arthur Jago and coauthor Glenn Carroll, across a variety of creative and work domains, compared the credit people receive when they work alongside algorithms.