UW 360 Season 6: Episode 3

April 18, 2016

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

In this episode:
– How the University of Washington is working to improve the lives of the thousands of people who live and work in a wheelchair
– Easing the anxiety of heading off to college with a special program for first year students
– Taking “sustainability” to a whole new level by turning a passion for caring for our world into a career
– An amazing opportunity for several female computer science students – free housing, groceries and access to mentors in the tech industry
– How Keegan Cook stepped into the shoes of a UW volleyball coaching great

Jeanne Marie Hoffman, PhD, psychologist and professor, Rehabilitation Medicine, UW
Elaine Stefanowicz, ed planner, Career & Advising Center, Green River College
LeAnne Jones Wiles, director, First Year Programs, UW
Yousra Al-Mizyen, student, UW
Jennifer Smith, student, UW
Jacqueline Drumheller, sustainability manager, Alaska Airlines
Tom Watson, manager, Eco-Consumer outreach program, King County
Anna Pendleton, student, UW
Lee Brown, co-founder, TUNE
Karishma Mandyam, student, UW
Aishwarya Mandyam, student, UW
Meredith Lampe, student, UW
Keegan Cook, head coach, volleyball, UW
Cassie Strickland, student, volleyball player, UW