Alumnus Peter Jung uses the board game Dungeons & Dragons to help neurodivergent kids create community.
As 2022 draws to a close, revisit stories that show UW Tacoma students, faculty, staff and alumni changing lives and communities.
A large grant from the U.S. Department of Education will expand Dr. Belinda Louie's Project TELL, now in its tenth year.
At 13, Elavie Ndura had a goal to become a university professor and walked for three days to go to school. Today, she lights the way to education for countless others.
A new bachelor’s degree in education will help address a teacher shortage and increase the number of BIPOC educators in the classroom.
Students in the Muckleshoot cohort of UW Tacoma's Ed.D. program have been working remotely since the pandemic began.
Requa, a graduate of the School of Education's doctoral program, will provide expertise to one of the nation's leading higher education accreditation advocacy organizations.
Minthorn has received the 2022 Exemplary Contributions to Practice-Engaged Research Award.
Meet 20 faculty members who have recently joined the UW Tacoma community.