In addition to providing law school prep, Legal Pathways advises on careers that don't require a J.D.
UW Tacoma's Legal Pathways program succeeds in readying students and alumni for the law.
A UW Tacoma research group will bring together scientists from around the region to build consensus on solutions to a vexing and harmful water quality issue.
Jurors for the competition, co-sponsored by the Milgard School of Business and Sound Credit Union, selected an insurance-shopping app developed by Arshdeep Mann and Gaganjeet Singh.
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Associate Professor Rubén Casas, who studies urban environments, is quoted on whether a privately-owned retail center can offer true public and civic engagement.
Research by Associate Professor Ed Kolodziej and the Center for Urban Waters on the role of 6PPD-quinone in the pre-spawn mortality of coho salmon is the centerpiece of Puget Soundkeeper's lawsuit.
Social Work & Criminal Justice associate professor Eric Madfis is quoted on socialization of men and boys in American society.
Assistant Professor Rubén Casas and co-author Kevin Le explore Tacoma zoning, transit and parking issues through an imaginary conversation between long-time and new city residents.
An obituary for George Weyerhaeuser Sr., who died on June 11 at the age of 95, cites one of his many civic accomplishments as including development of the University of Washington Tacoma
Professor Carolyn West addresses the mental health impact of the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court on those dealing with unsafe intimate partner relationships.
Research by Associate Professor Ed Kolodziej and the Center for Urban Waters into 6PPD-quinone is giving new impetus to statewide partnerships that remove old tires from the state's marine waters.
A follow-up to an earlier story about capacity constraints at UW Allen School, this showcases UW Tacoma's computer science program, with photos of and quotes from students, alumni and faculty.
Associate Professor Eric Madfis is a nationally-recognized expert on school violence. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll talks to him about the role of threat assessment, and the importance of students having trusting relationships with school personnel.
KeyBank, UW Foster School of Business, UW Tacoma Milgard School of Business and TheWMarketplace are hosting a pitch contest for women-owned businesses in the Puget Sound area.
Students in the Muckleshoot cohort of UW Tacoma's Ed.D. program have been working remotely since the pandemic began.
Annemarie Martin's desire to study abroad ultimately led her to UW Tacoma as both a student and employee.
The Professional Development Center's refreshed program has no application, requires no recommendations or nominations and does not need to be taken in a specific order.
Alumnus Michael Jordan, '14, is using the skills he honed at UW Tacoma to help Black-owned businesses in Pierce County.
Ka Yee Yeung, bioinformatics professor in SET and co-founder of BioDepot LLC, was recently interviewed by Osage University Partners for their series on female start-up founders.
Dr. Andrew Harris begins Sept. 1 as Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Dr. Elavie Ndura starts Aug. 1 as Vice Chancellor for Equity & Inclusion.