From high school dropout to straight-A college student, Tracie Barry intends to earn a PhD in oceanography.
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Ramon Garza, '18 Biomedical Sciences, says of the financial support that got him back on track toward his dream of becoming a pharmacist: "This scholarship feels like love."
Two series of talks this spring at UW Tacoma, Science@Lunch and Grit City Think & Drink, have a science focus.
Tuesday, Dec. 13 6:30 PM at the Swiss, learn about the paths chemicals take from homes, factories and offices into the waters around us, developing systems to remove toxic chemicals and discover how this impacts our ability to coexist with the ecosystem.
Dr. Gawel recognized for "sustained commitment to social change through teaching and research."
School of IAS alumna Jacqueline Fuller teaches children to be good stewards of the earth with EnviroChallengers.
“We worry about so many things in our lives — our families, our students — that taking care of ourselves comes last,” said Quinn. “It’s so important to value yourself and your health and to make that time. Whatever you enjoy doing in life, you want to make sure you enjoy it for a long time, right?”