In UW Tacoma's mechanical engineering program, Paris Weber found the intimate class size and connection to faculty she was seeking.
The Conference on College Composition and Communication will recognize Dr. Huatong Sun's scholarly work Global Social Media Design.
After spending 24 years at UW Tacoma connecting social work students to agencies, Tom Diehm knows something about community building and the costs of field experience.
UW Tacoma in the News
Although Washington state has one of the most dynamic job markets in the country, nearly all available career pathway jobs remain out of reach for many of our high school graduates. Opportunities in our state for landing a family-wage career are plentiful. They go beyond information technologies including automobile services, manufacturing, health care, agriculture and more. Unfortunately, there are barriers for most graduates who choose not to go to college.
Work by the Center for Urban Waters on identifying toxic chemicals present in rubber is the basis for a criminal action brought against a dam operator in Pierce County, which allegedly contaminated the river during a construction project on the dam.
A parade meant to help dispel the gloom of the darkest time of the year, and featuring a fire-breathing dragon, started on the UW Tacoma campus.
Nominations are now being received for the Milgard School of Business's annual Business Leadership Awards program.
The Federal Way Hub, a collaboration of UW Tacoma, Highline College, the City of Federal Way and Federal Way Public Schools, establishes a higher-education presence in downtown Federal Way blocks from the upcoming light rail station.
Adan Espino, '19, Law & Policy, is now the executive director of Washington's Craft Cannabis Coalition.
New lawn libraries are popping up across the country, and they’re stocked with just one kind of book: Anti-racist
Staffers TeyAnjulee Leon and Eric Wilson-Edge led a project to install a Little Free Library on the UW Tacoma campus focused on anti-racist children's literature.
Dr. Rubén Casas writes about the role of real estate and housing reform, including "Home in Tacoma" rezoning proposals, in desegregation and equity,
Dr. Rupinder Jindal is co-author of a study examining the disparate impact of food price inflation on low-income consumers.
UW Tacoma has the best return on investment of any college, public or private, in Washington, according to this calculation, based on a 2019 Georgetown University study.
UW Tacoma senior Alex Zerbe's life is up in the air as he balances the demands of performing, raising a family and going to school.
DeAnn Dillon is a mom, a teacher, an auntie, a Native American, a legislative aide, and a doctoral student. She is also a giver of energy.
Take a deep dive into a research/instructional cruise on Commencement Bay. See science being done on an historic two-masted schooner.