Years of exposure to Spanish-speaking cultures and a turn of duty with the U.S. Army have led Kendall Burch to his dream of becoming a medical doctor.
A monstrous commute and a pandemic didn’t curb Bengisu Cicek’s desire to take part in campus life, as a writer for The Ledger, an officer with ASUWT and president of the Muslim Student Association.
UW Tacoma senior Chanise Jackson is getting ready to graduate, four years after a medical diagnosis threatened to end her college career before it started.
In 2022 we are celebrating thousands of UW Tacoma grads from 2020, 2021 and 2022.
Washington Poet Laureate Rena Priest recently talked with students about writing and the rewards of poetry.
Each month, Student Affairs recognizes one of its outstanding staff members for their hard work, dedication, and passion for serving the UW Tacoma community.
Dr. Eschenbaum is currently division chair of arts and humanities in the School of Humanities, Arts and Sciences at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Mike Honey, a founding faculty member of UW Tacoma, may be retiring, but he will continue building on his legacy of 'telling the story, telling history, telling reality.'
Rick Morrow, '21, leveraged his SDE graduate certificate into a new full-time position with an e-commerce provider. He decided to continue his education at UW Tacoma in the Computer Science and Systems master of science degree program.
Alexandra McClintock, '22, will speak at UW Tacoma's 2022 Memorial Day Remembrance ceremony. Her husband, SFC Matthew McClintock, was killed in 2016 while serving in Afghanistan.