"Garden in the City" is a documentary video produced by Daniel Nash, '09, for a communication class at UW Tacoma in spring 2009.
Jan Runbeck is the recipient of the UW Tacoma 2009 Distinguished Alumni Award. She was one of the country's first nurse practitioners, and generously volunteers her time and knowledge.
The stories of five students in the class of 2009 symbolize the many paths graduates have taken to get to this point in their lives.
Nineteen grants in 2009 from two UW Tacoma endowments will help faculty, staff and students by supporting scholarship, research and campus improvements.
As a direct result of severe cuts to its state-funded operating budget, the University of Washington Tacoma will make reductions to its workforce.
Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire will deliver remarks at the 19th annual UW Tacoma commencement exercises.
One hundred years of nursing history in Washington will be marked by a traveling history exhibit curated in part by UW Tacoma students, faculty and graduates.
Beverly Naidus's art and teaching raise consciousness around social issues like body image, war, labor, globalization and environmental despoliation.
Social Work Assistant Professor Michelle Garner is a co-author of a new study of a "housing-first" approach to chronically homeless individuals with severe alcohol problems.