Take a deep dive into a research/instructional cruise on Commencement Bay. See science being done on an historic two-masted schooner.
School and women's tackle football helped current UW Tacoma student Ashley Young find her way after her military career ended.
UW Tacoma alumna Saranda Ross overcame a difficult childhood and is now a practicing attorney and Fulbright Scholar.
Jen Cohen, UW Athletic Director and Tacoma native, will teach a course in sports enterprise management at the Milgard School of Business this winter.
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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.
Pitt, a part-time lecturer at UW Tacoma, provides a perspective on the role of Indigenous knowledge in water management as part of Seattle Public Utilities' updating of its 50-year plan.
UW Tacoma's new Milgard Hall has been recognized by the Economic Development Board for Tacoma-Pierce County as an “Excellent 10” economic development project.
Bill Smitherman served in the Washington legislature, representing the 26th district (Gig Harbor, some of Tacoma, Key Peninsula) from 1983-90. He chaired the Senate Higher Education Committee and championed legislation that created UW Tacoma.
The exhibition at Bonney Lake Justice & Municipal Center includes work by LeShawn Gamble, '19, Psychology.
UW Tacoma is the least expensive public university in Washington, according to this calculation.
Dr. Ali Modarres, Urban Studies, one of four experts quoted, says a regional approach to housing affordability is good, and that the South Sound Housing Affordability Partners needs to providing public land and increase public funding for housing.
Associate Professor Emeritus Beverly Naidus has an exhibition of her work at The Gallery at Tacoma Community College.
Dr. Emese Hadnagy and her new faculty colleagues are designing UW Tacoma’s new civil engineering program to be inclusive and engaged.
Six South Sound individuals and two organizations were recognized for making a difference in Latinx communities.
Alumna Lan Allison's experience working with the Global Innovation and Design Lab opened multiple doors, including with United Way of Pierce County.
Kurt Hatch brings his skills and knowledge as an anti-racist educator to the School of Education's Educational Administration Program
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.