Social Work & Criminal Justice Dean Keva Miller has become a person like those who nurtured and mentored her throughout her life — someone whom others look up to.
The Indigenizing Pedagogy Institute is helping to decolonize the classroom while creating visibility for Native students at UW Tacoma.
A group of UW Tacoma staff, students, faculty and alumni along with community created the first ever Celebrando Comunidad.
UW Tacoma in the News
In a story about increasing exposure to wildfire smoke in our region, Associate Professor Robin Evans-Agnew talks about the resulting increased prevalence of asthma and its inequitable burden on society.
Ken Grassi, who served as mayor of University Place and operated a restaurant and boutique in UW Tacoma's Pagni & Lenti Building for 23 years, has died.
Investigative piece on health equity research includes discussion of a research paper on reproductive justice by Dr. Robin Evans-Agnew in the School of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership.
The Hub: Federal Way Higher Education Center opens Sept. 27. The 7,300-square-foot space is a collaboration of UW Tacoma, Highline College, Federal Way School District and the City of Federal Way.
SIAS Assoc. Prof. Maureen Kennedy is quoted on how fire chiefs are leveraging Indigenous fire-management knowledge of controlled burns and fuel reduction to mitigate the strength of wildfires and protect valuable assets.
James Davis, killed in an Auburn car crash, was registered as a UW Tacoma student for autumn 2021.
UW Tacoma's vaccination clinic partnership with MultiCare is cited in the context of the county's low vaccination rates.
The Center for Business Analytics at the Milgard School of Business and Sound Credit Union co-produced the FinTech Innovation Competition this year. One winner was UW Tacoma alumnus Leif Christensen.
Gerard Tsutakawa’s sculptures have shaped Seattle’s landscape for years. Here’s how — and what else is coming
UW Tacoma has two Tsutakawa sculptures on campus: Maru, prominently featured in this feature story, and Yantra, in the south lobby of the Mattress Factory.
Associate Professor Jeff Cohen calls on the Tacoma School Board to listen to Tacoma students on their concerns about the presence of law enforcement officers in Tacoma schools.
As Chancellor Sheila Edwards Lange begins her new role, she reflects on her personal journey and her vision for UW Tacoma's future.
Students are days away from returning to campus, and the Integrated Facilities Management team has been working hard to prepare the way.
2021 Distinguished Alumna Meg Martin took a vow of silence that changed her life and allowed her to change the lives of countless others.
A new center will provide access to adult education and student support services through a partnership of UW Tacoma, Highline College, the City of Federal Way and Federal Way Public Schools.
A new research Ph.D. at UW Tacoma is a major milestone for campus, the community, and the donors that are helping make it possible.
As UW returns to in-person instruction, Darcy Janzen and her team at the Office of Digital Learning learned a lot from the past year.