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Watershed management is foundation for improving Puget Sound water quality, documentary shows

An hour-long documentary written, produced and filmed by UW Tacoma faculty, staff and students, lays out the case: To clean up Puget Sound, start with the watersheds.

UW Tacoma opens new Student Health Services clinic

For the first time, when UW Tacoma students get a sore throat, discover a weird rash, have questions about living with diabetes or sprain an ankle getting off the bus, they have a place on campus to go for help.

That was then—this is again: Photos show UW Tacoma’s past, present

In 1979, well before UW Tacoma was born, photographer Stephen Cysewski took hundreds of photos in Tacoma’s Warehouse District.

UW Tacoma Chancellor Spakes announces leadership transition

UW Tacoma Chancellor Patricia Spakes has announced that she will step down as chancellor in July 2011.

Social work with men explored in new book by UW Tacoma prof Rich Furman

The social work discipline has been around for a century.

It’s lonely on the right – but sometimes the rewards can be sweet

The circle of conservative and libertarian academic historians in the United States is so small that they all know each other.

A life in the midst of the civil rights movement inspires research, brings award for Honey

As a high school student in the 1960s, Michael Honey got behind the burgeoning civil rights movement.