UW 360 Season 7: Episode 7

August 9, 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 special episode we revisit popular UW 360 stories from the past year:
– Taking learning out of the classroom and into the community; the UW is now expanding its successful “Livable City Year” partnership
– Saving the life of a friend – the heartwarming story of the first adult-to-adult “live” liver transplant surgery in the Northwest at UW Medicine
– Bracing for “the big one.” How UW researchers are helping us predict and prepare for a major earthquake
– From the heart of UW – to the center of Seattle’s music scene – take a tour of KEXP, the radio station that’s helped launch the careers of thousands of musicians!

Sally Clark, director, Regional & Community Relations, External Affairs, UW
Nancy Backus, mayor, city of Auburn
Branden Born, associate professor, Urban Design and Planning, UW
Caroline Beightol, student, UW
Ariel Delos Santos, student, UW
Kailyn McIrvin, liver transplant recipient
Jaime Cuzick, liver donor
Martin I. Montenovo, MD, assistant professor of surgery, UW Medical Center
Hannah Lott-Havey, student, UW
Steve Charvat, director, Emergency Management, UW
Kevin Cole, chief content officer, KEXP
Tom Mara, executive director, KEXP
James Jones, musician, Battleme