Season 5: Episode 10

July 21, 2015

UW 360, hosted by Carolyn Douglas, is a magazine show that features stories about the University of Washington.

In this episode:
– Meet Amy Snover, director of UW’s Climate Impacts group and assistant dean for Applied Research, who was invited to the Washington, D.C. as a Champion of Change for her work promoting climate education and literacy
– A breakthrough on a cure for color blindness with UW Professors of Ophthalmology, Jay and Maureen Neitz
– Learn about C-SATS, a healthcare performance management system start up, from CEO Derek Streat
– Visit a school in Pierce County where UW Tacoma students get their start in teaching and receive as much inspiration from as they give to their students
– Meet UW Husky baseball player and Seattle Mariners draft pick Braden Bishop, whose play is inspired by his mom who is suffering from early-onset Alzheimer’s

Amy Snover, director of UW Climate Impacts Group and assistant dean for Applied Research, College of the Environment, UW
Maureen Neitz, ophthalmology professor, UW
Jay Neitz, ophthalmology professor, UW
Derek Streat, CEO, C-SATS
Debra Knesal, principal, Central Avenue Elementary
Kathy Zapp, RTI grand coordinator and field supervisor, UW Tacoma
Marcy Stein, professor, Education Program, UW Tacoma
Braden Bishop, Husky baseball player, UW