Sharon Laing and Carolyn West participated in "2020: The Course," a tri-campus quarter-long examination of the historic year. The lectures are now available for public viewing.
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Cassandra Nichols, director of UW Tacoma's Counseling & Psychological Services, offers six ways to get through and thrive during the pandemic lockdown.
Professor Lisa Hoffman and Associate Professor Mary Hanneman have published a new book about the history of the Japanese American community in Tacoma.
Alumnus Mick Flaaen and history instructors Kim Davenport and Michael Sullivan are quoted on the fire that destroyed Tacoma's Music Box Theater in 1963. Flaaen recently restored home movie footage provided by retired Tacoma firefighter Matt Holm.
UW Tacoma provides the best return on investment of public colleges in Washington, according to a Stacker ranking based on a recent Georgetown University study.
Law & Policy student Dorian Taylor's experiences of discrimination are described in a feature story on what impact the U.S. Supreme Court may have on LGBTQ+ rights.
Assistant Professor Ken Cruz calls the Tacoma City Council's recent passage of a 1% reduction in the Police Department's budget a "token gesture," especially in light of recent civic activism calling for funding of alternative methods of de-escalation.
This feature story provides an in-depth explanation of CLTs. A 2017 op-ed by Urban Studies Assistant Professor Anaid Yerena calling for CLTs in the South Sound region is cited.
For Connecticut Public Radio, hosts Carmen Baskauf and Lucy Nalpathanchil interview Assistant Professor Chris Schell and Carol Henger of the Bronx Zoo about the spread of coyotes as dominant carnivores in urban areas.