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UW Tacoma staff member Stephon Harris eating ice cream.

The Scoop on Stephon Harris

August 8, 2018

UW Tacoma’s Associate Director of New Student and Family Programs has a passion for ice cream and for helping students succeed.

Krystal Adolph, '05, UW Tacoma 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient

Krystal Adolph: Always Ready With a Shoulder

August 1, 2018

Krystal Adolph, '05, the recipient of the 2018 UW Tacoma Distinguished Alumni Award, is always ready with a shoulder for the kids at the Muckleshoot Tribal School in Auburn.

Members of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians sit in a canoe.

Power Paddle to Puyallup

July 25, 2018

Tribes from around the world are in the Pacific Northwest to participate in the annual Canoe Journey.

UW Tacoma student LeShawn Gamble, paintbrush in hand, pretends to paint a flower.

Portrait of an Artist

July 18, 2018

UW Tacoma student LeShawn Gamble has overcome traumatic injury and incarceration to become a leading voice and artist in the community.

UW Tacoma in the News

Beverly Naidus: We Almost Didn’t Make It

Beverly Naidus, Associate Professor of Art in SIAS, has an interactive installation on display at ONCA in Brighton, England. It addresses the uncertainties faced by humanity as climate change and ongoing ecocide and environmental injustice affect many populations around the world.

ONCA Gallery
August 13, 2018

Revitilization is Brewing

A summary of the ongoing revitlization of Tacoma's Brewery District, adjacent to the UW Tacoma campus, which serves as a catalyst for the revival. On tap: at least 215,000 sq. ft. of commercial spaces, 800 housing units, four or more new breweries/cideries.

South Sound Business
August 1, 2018

Where to Meet Other HW Nerds in Seattle-Tacoma

A description of the Northwest tech hardware meet-up scene spotlights the Institute of Technology's Matt Tolentino, who is developing a startup to help firefighters find their way through burning buildings.

July 25, 2018

The Toads of Trinity: Witnesses To The Atomic Age

Jeff Rice, managing editor at the Puget Sound Institute and a renowned audio engineer of natural soundscapes, reports on his expedition to record toads at the location of the nation's first atomic bomb tests.

WBUR Here & Now
July 16, 2018

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