UW Tacoma welcomes Huskies back to campus at 12:30 p.m. today on the Prairie Line Trail.
UW Tacoma Professor Kima Cargill's third book takes a skeptical look at evolving marketing hype used to promote weight loss plans.
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In an hour-long conversation, Professor Emeritus George Mobus, School of Engineering & Technology, examines the climate crisis through the framework of systems science.
One of the scholarships is awarded to Sandy Kelley, who "aims to obtain a certification in human resources management" through UW Tacoma's Professional Development Center.
A July 23 theft at 253 Collective, an art gallery located on the UW Tacoma campus, is described.
William Towey, '15, '17, has been named executive director of Lake City Partners Ending Homelessness.
A federal rule established during the de-institutionalization movement of the 1950s and 1960s limits the number of beds dedicated to mental health care that hospitals can house. Alumna Anna Nepomuceno, '17, director of public policy and advocacy at NAMI Washington, is quoted.
UW Tacoma's ACCESS in STEM scholarship and mentoring program is one of 77 STEM programs nationwide recognized for improving equity.
(Originally published in Modern Healthcare) The health care industry is beginning to embrace data analytics to tackle formerly-insurmountable problems. Examples include a team of business analytics students from the Milgard School of Business at Virginia Mason Franciscan Health.
Fred Roberson, who died on July 9, played a key role in historic preservation and renewal of Tacoma. He has made a bequest of the Carlton Center office building to UW Tacoma.
The percentage of college students who report food insecurity has risen nationally. A 2016 study found 32% of UW Tacoma students were food-insecure. The UW Tacoma food pantry is described.
UW Tacoma's Chancellor Sheila Edwards Lange has joined the board of the Economic Development Board of Tacoma-Pierce County.
At 13, Elavie Ndura had a goal to become a university professor and walked for three days to go to school. Today, she lights the way to education for countless others.
A new bachelor’s degree in education will help address a teacher shortage and increase the number of BIPOC educators in the classroom.
UW Tacoma advisor Isabella Webb is using her international experience and her Aboriginal heritage to help students find their way in college.
UW Tacoma Assistant Professor Sunny Cheng's research focuses on mental health, particularly the impact of early intervention and screening.