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Beverly Naidus, Associate Professor of Art in SIAS, has an interactive installation on display at ONCA in Brighton, England. It addresses the uncertainties faced by humanity as climate change and ongoing ecocide and environmental injustice affect many populations around the world.
The grant, from the National Science Foundation, will fund expansion of research into polluted urban watersheds and salmon prespawn mortality deaths.
A summary of the ongoing revitlization of Tacoma's Brewery District, adjacent to the UW Tacoma campus, which serves as a catalyst for the revival. On tap: at least 215,000 sq. ft. of commercial spaces, 800 housing units, four or more new breweries/cideries.
Haley Endowed Professor Mike Honey's new book To the Promised Land is the subject of a look at King's relationship with the economic justice movement.
Urban Studies alumna Chazmin Peters is a first officer with Alaska Airlines. She describes her path to a career in aviation and her experience in the industry as a woman and an Asian American.
An editorial describes UW Tacoma's involvement in a new, collaborative healthcare academy that will be embedded in Tacoma Public Schools' Stadium High School.
Professor of Clinical Psychology Kima Cargill gives advice on healthy eating and whether there is such a thing as "healthy dessert."