Is the era of affordable and reliable energy coming to a close? Can we develop new sustainable energy sources to replace the old ones? A Nov. 10 panel discussion featuring Mark Tegen, Andy Wappler and Tony Usibelli will debate these questions and more.
Read more... Energy, sustainability and social responsibility
Extraordinary history made by ordinary people
Mary Bowlby (99) helps Tacoma keep its history alive.
Read more... Extraordinary history made by ordinary people
Stormwater runoff is one of the worst environmental problems in the Puget Sound area. Rain gardens help alleviate the pollution and erosion.
Read more... Rain, rain, don't go away
How does a blind person use technology?
A student-faculty team studies how one blind student uses technological devices in real life. The results are illuminating.
Read more... How does a blind person use technology?
Mentors give girls exposure, experience, empowerment
Jamie Glaze '07 knows what at-risk girls need to change their lives around, and she has found a way to give it to them.
Read more... Mentors give girls exposure, experience, empowerment
The Cup, created by students Justin Juntara and Ben Toombs, explores the brief, tragic life of a paper coffee cup in this humorous short film.
Read more... Student Film: The Cup
Space shuttle Discovery's last voyage carries UW Tacoma MSL students' signatures
When the 26-year-old space shuttle Discovery makes it final lift-off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Wednesday afternoon, 20 students from UW Tacoma's Math, Science, Leadership (MSL) program will make their mark on that historic voyage.
Is the era of affordable and reliable energy coming to a close? Assuming that our current path is unsustainable, what will replace our energy sources, and what is the role of private enterprise in exploring and producing alternatives?
Winter 2011 registration opens Nov. 5
Registration for winter quarter 2011 classes will open to current students on November 5 and to new students on November 29. The time schedule is now available online for students to review the classes that will be offered.
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