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Standing in solidarity in the face of racist violence

The weight of our violence toward one another can feel like too much to bear, but we must recommit ourselves to living up to our ideals of justice, diversity, antiracism and inclusion here at UW Tacoma.

May 19, 2022

Labor Solidarity Project Hosts Seminar on 'Revolutionary Nonviolence'

The event will feature a screening of a documentary on Rev. James Lawson, spiritual advisor to MLK, plus a discussion of nonviolent organizing and labor education by Dr. Kent Wong of UCLA, and local labor leaders commenting on the state of organizing in the northwest.

May 16, 2022

Alumna Runs for Tacoma Municipal Court Judge

Dee Ann “Dee” Sonntag is the embodiment of grit and advocacy. A graduate of both the University of Washington Tacoma (UWT) and the University of Washington Seattle (UW Law School), Sonntag is currently pursuing a position as a Municipal Court … Continue reading →

May 12, 2022

Why is Summer Learning Important for Professional Development?

From September to June everyone is swamped with work, taking care of the family, trying to find some work-life balance, and maybe even a certificate program to excel in your career. You need time off – but your mind and urge to learn don’t quit just because it is summertime.

May 9, 2022

SET Faculty Recognized at Research Showcase

UW Tacoma SET hosted its first annual Research Showcase in an effort to build a culture of innovation by stimulating collaborations through networking among SET faculty and external collaborators.

May 6, 2022

Honoring 2022 Business Leadership Award Winners

Read about Victoria Woodards, Maya Mendoza-Exstrom, Constance Trufant, Douglas Reed, Miriam Barnett and Randy Rushforth, recipients of the 20th annual Milgard School Business Leadership Awards.

May 5, 2022