Pagano will step down from his role as Chancellor by next fall and resume his role as a full professor in the School of Engineering & Technology. The News Tribune outlines his accomplishments since arriving on campus in 2015.
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Two regional health non-profits have joined forces to support scholarships for underrepresented students at UW in Seattle and Tacoma.
The Swiss, a UW Tacoma tenant, has been a fixture in south downtown since 1993, before UW Tacoma opened its doors.
Retired UW Tacoma historian Michael Allen describes the history of Mabel Delong Strickland, renowned cowgirl and trick rider.
Accounting junior Troy Saunders, football standout at Bremerton High School, has risen above adversity to achieve his goals. He has "always been a measured guy. He knows exactly what he wants."
Christopher Schell's new paper in Science describes how "underlying drivers of economic inequality, like systemic racism and a legacy of racial segregation, add missing details to the scientific picture of urban landscapes."
Christopher Schell's Science paper finds that "systematic inequality leads to a horror show not just for communities of color, but for surrounding wildlife and biodiversity."