Season 5: Show 13

September 21, 2015

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

In this episode:
– Learn how the UW is working to increase diversity in the field of engineering
– See what the UW is doing to meet the demand of the workforce for computer science and engineering majors
– Tour the Living Computer Museum and its mission to inspire the next generation of computer programmers
– Meet UW transgender student Mickey Balderas
– Go behind the scenes with Husky broadcasting legend Bob Rondeau

Bob Rondeau, Husky sports broadcaster, UW
Scott Woodward, director of athletics, UW
Bill Swartz, Husky football reporter, KOMO News Radio
Awet Alazar, student, computer science & engineering, UW
Jessica Tsang, student, computer science & engineering major, UW
Ed Lazowska, Bill & Melinda Gates Chair in Computer Science & Engineering, adjunct professor, Oceanography, UW
Becky Tucker, Microsoft recruiter, UW, Harvard and MIT Campuses
Mickey Balderas, student, UW
Jen Self, director, UW Q Center
Bruce Sherry, principal engineer, Living Computer Museum
Keith J. Perez, senior system engineer, Living Computer Museum
Kate Starbird, assistant professor, Human Centered Design & Engineering, UW
Irene Peden, professor emerita, Electrical Engineering, UW
Eve Riskin, associate dean, Diversity and Access, professor, Electrical Engineering, UW
Joyce Yen, program/research manager, UW Advance