High: Drugs, Desire and a Nation of Users, by UW Tacoma professor Ingrid Walker, challenges current thinking about drugs and users.
Using a grant from MIT, researchers including Will McGuire and Katie Baird will evaluate the impact of increased availability of ballot drop boxes on voter turnout.
UW Tacoma Assistant Professor Britta Ricker has teamed with the Tacoma Fire Department to create a disaster/fire preparedness app.
Food, drinks, education. A new SIAS lecture series takes the classroom to The Swiss.
Teams of faculty and students from the Institute of Technology working with area entrepreneurs will receive funds to help move their innovations into the commercial sphere.
When UW Tacoma geoscientist Dan Shugar and his research colleagues arrived in the Canadian Yukon, they had firsthand experience with river piracy.
Two series of talks this spring at UW Tacoma, Science@Lunch and Grit City Think & Drink, have a science focus.
Assistant Professor David Reyes is working with community members to address food access and insecurity in South Tacoma.
Assistant Professor Sharon Laing wants to use apps to connect low-income patients to health care.
The Institute of Technology's Ka Yee Yeung-Rhee has a growing collaboration with medical personnel in Madigan Army Medical Center, using bioinformatics to look for genetic markers of disease potential.