Emeritus Professor Robert Crawford says that "public protest should always be protected as an exercise of free expression, but aspects of these continuing demonstrations should raise alarm."
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Stan Emert, director of the new sports enterprise management program at the Milgard School of Business, describes the new program, supported in part by a $1M gift from the Tacoma Rainiers.
The Swiss, a retail tenant of UW Tacoma, is offering to-go service during COVID-19-related closure, and is participating in Downtown Tacoma Partnership's Hero Meals program.
This biographical profile of Dr. Altaf Merchant, interim dean of the Milgard School of Business, features a visual look at events that make up a typical (pre-COVID-19) day in his life.
For this long thought piece which has elements of a memoir, the author interviews Tony Perone, lecturer in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, on the benefits of weaving imaginative play into one's life.
Researchers Andy James and Zhenyu Tian of the Center for Urban Waters have identified 64 chemicals never before detected in the waters of Puget Sound, some at levels that could be hazardous to marine life.
Fifteen UW Tacoma students worked as paid interns during the 2020 Washington Legislative Session at the Olympia state capitol, more than any other school in the state.
Ben Mauk, associate director of campus planning and retail operations, talks with metro news columnist Matt Driscoll about the viability of a grocery store in downtown Tacoma.
UW announced a transition to remote instruction for the remainder of winter quarter on March 6, 2020. UW Tacoma students and instructors are interviewed for their reactions to the change.