UW 360 Season 7: Episode 4

June 5, 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:
– Technology meets poetry in an innovative new art form
– See how UW researchers are striving to make everyday objects like t-shirts and posters “talk”
– UW students study the effects of the $15 minimum wage on the Seattle area
– UW neurologists are bringing new hope and relief to patients with Parkinson’s Disease
– Leaping lumberjacks – log rolling is making a comeback on campus!

Amaranth Borsuk, assistant professor, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, UW Bothell
Vikram Iyer, Ph.D. student, Electrical Engineering, UW
Anran Wang, Ph.D. student, Computer Science & Engineering, UW
Riddhi Mehta-Neugebauer, graduate student researcher, SeaTac & Seattle Minimum Wage History Project, UW
Rod Palmquist, graduate teaching assistant, Geography, graduate student researcher, SeaTac & Seattle Minimum Wage History Project, UW
Suzanne Taitingfong, patient
Bruce Ransom, M.D., Magnuson professor and chair, Neurology, UW
Andrew Ko, M.D., assistant professor, Neurosurgery, UW
Courtney Weaver, A.R.N.P., Neurological Surgery, UW
Justin Berry, aquatics & safety manager, IMA, UW
Benny Swedberg, student, Finance, UW
Elizabeth Guilford, student, Civil Engineering, University of Washington

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