UW 360 Season 7: Episode 11

December 20, 2017

UW 360, hosted by Carolyn Douglas, is an Emmy-award winning news magazine show that features stories about the University of Washington.

In this episode:
– UW’s new autism center and the benefits of diagnosing autism early
– New UW masters program in international studies provides students with real-world experience
– UW’s Labor Archives are focusing on collecting women’s stories in the labor movement thanks to a new endowment
– Students landing rewarding jobs armed with degrees in the humanities
– Meet record-setting Husky running back Myles Gaskin

Jennifer Sturm, mother, UW Autism Center
Jessica Greenson, PhD, director of clinical research, UW Autism Center
Ashley Penney, PhD, director of ABA services, UW Autism Center
Annette Estes, PhD, director, UW Autism Center
Adam Sturm, parent, UW Autism Center
Majd Baniodeh, graduate student, Jackson School MAAIS, UW
Rajiv Chandrasekaran, senior VP of public affairs, Starbucks
Nathanael Mengist, alumnus, UW, children’s garden coordinator, Tilth Alliance
Robert Stacey, dean, College of Arts & Sciences, UW
Lila Smith, co-founder, Smith-McWilliams Endowment, member, Visiting Committee, Harry Bridges Center
Katherine Sweeney, ISM/ISO Lead Auditor, Compliance Maritime, Master Mariner
Myles Gaskin, student athlete, Husky football running back, UW
Chris Petersen, head coach, Husky football, UW