After 25 years of social work practice in the field, much of which had been and still is centered around older adults and LGBTQ+ individuals, Dr. Charles Emlet came to UW Tacoma in 1999 and has been teaching social work practice, research methods, spirituality in social work and aging gerontology ever since. During our Feb. Collaboratory drive, we were able to reach out to and speak with Dr. Emlet about the work he’s doing in our community.
A new book on Japanese American resistance to wartime incarceration will be the subject of a May 18 online event.
How a group in the Pacific Northwest can be a model for virtual exchange administrators to create communities of practice.
UW Tacoma Professor Carolyn West has spent her storied career asking hard questions and exploring difficult subjects.
UW Tacoma senior Aidan Helt left behind a difficult childhood by joining the Merchant Marines, a journey that took her from her old home to a new one.
Each month, Student Affairs recognizes one of its outstanding staff members for their hard work, dedication, and passion for serving the UW Tacoma community.
Ken Lew and Chris Yin each were on project design teams that did well in a hackathon sponsored by the National Security Innovation Network.
Two local housing resources, Koz on Market and Koz at the Dome, work to provide students with consistent and reliable housing for the school year.
Goals include spreading the word about the importance of getting a COVID-19 vaccine and recruiting volunteers to work at and help organize vaccine clinics in Pierce County.