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The Wordsmith

January 31, 2023

When he's not working in the library, staff member Jamal Gabobe is busy writing and publishing.

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Practicing Medicine

January 12, 2023

Majoring in biomedical sciences is helping junior Christian "CJ" James further his dream of becoming a physician.


Unity Breakfast to Commemorate MLK Legacy

January 5, 2023
Community advocate Dr. John Gaines will keynote the event with a talk on the theme of "Your Voice is Heard," and the Dream Awards will recognize work to promote equity, justice and civil rights.

UW Tacoma in the News

Opinion: Why Washington's capital gains tax should be upheld

UW Tacoma Economics Professor Katie Baird calls on the Wash. State Supreme Court to uphold the capital gains tax passed by the Legislature in its 2021 session, in order to adequately fund child care, especially for rural areas of the state.

Puget Sound Business Journal
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January 16, 2023

Interview - Benjamin Mieches

Assoc. Prof. Ben Mieches is the subject of a Q&A about his academic work (security studies, conflict resolution, genocide, humanitarian intervention) and the current state of genocide studies.
E-International Relations
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December 1, 2022

Paw'd Defiance

A new podcast about all things Tacoma

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World Builder

January 3, 2023
Alumnus Peter Jung uses the board game Dungeons & Dragons to help neurodivergent kids create community.

A Year Undaunted

December 16, 2022
As 2022 draws to a close, revisit stories that show UW Tacoma students, faculty, staff and alumni changing lives and communities.

New Project Forecasts Future of Puget Sound

December 14, 2022

Through a $4.8M effort, funded in part by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, the Puget Sound Institute will integrate existing environmental models to provide a cohesive picture of the entire Sound ecosystem under future conditions of climate change and population growth.

Building Connections

December 8, 2022

UW Tacoma alumna Nadia Caldwell is using the skills she developed on campus to help bridge divides.

Steeped In Engineering

November 29, 2022

Assistant Professor Seung-Jin Lee uses coffee to teach first-year students about engineering.

The Right Choice

November 17, 2022
Alumnus Steve Stermer left his high stress job as a chef and came to UW Tacoma to pursue a degree in Computer Science & Systems.