UW 360 Season 6: Episode 4

May 5, 2016

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

In this episode:
– We’ll take a ride on the new light rail line, linking UW to Capitol Hill and downtown Seattle
– Tour KEXP’s new state-of-the-art radio station and learn more about its 40-year history of launching thousands of indie music careers
– See how UW Medicine doctors are helping an entire family navigate the possibility that some of them may have a potentially deadly cancer gene
– A look back at the 20 years of the successful Foster School of Business Consulting and Business Development Center and their mission to support the next generation of business leaders
– Learn about the UW research project, PacTrans and its efforts towards improving sustainable transportation solutions around the region

Dow Constantine, King County Executive, board chair, Sound Transit
Norm Beauchamp, chair, faculty senate, UW
Chip Lydum, associate athletic director, UW
Kevin Cole, chief content officer, KEXP
Tom Mara, executive director, KEXP
Dr. Peter Nelson, oncologist, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, professor, UW Medicine
Todd Braman, UW Medicine patient
Helga Braman, wife of patient
Dr. Thaddeus Spratlen, professor emeritus of marketing, Foster School of Business, UW
Michael Verchot, director, Foster School of Business Consulting & Business Development Center, UW
Neil McReynolds, founding board co-chair, Foster School of Business Consulting & Business Development Center, UW
Dr. William Bradford, dean (1994-1999), Foster School of Business, UW
Dr. Yinhai Wang, director, PacTrans, UW
Kristian Henrickson, research assistant, UW