Luther Adams, associate professor of history, is quoted on the attitudes and actions of Pierce County's namesake, former U.S. President Franklin Pierce.
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Enviironmental Science Associate Professor Jim Gawel has been doing research at Mount St. Helens' Spirit Lake since 2005. He is quoted in an article describing the U.S. Forest Service's plans to build a road across the Pumice Plain, an environmentally-sensitive region at the base of the volcano.
Dr. Joel Baker, director of the Puget Sound Institute and environmental science professor at UW Tacoma, describes impacts of PCBs and why they are so hard to remove from contaminated locations.
A new salad cafe, Crisp Greens, will open on Pacific Avenue in space leased from UW Tacoma. The location was formerly occupied by Savor Creperie, which closed in March (for reasons unrelated to COVID-19).
The preview event of the PBS series 'Asian Americans' is sponsored by KBTC and the UW Tacoma Center for Equity & Inclusion. Jimmy McCarty, the center's director, will moderate a panel that includes UW Tacoma Dean Rachel Endo, of the School of Education.