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Meet Craig and Marilee Eerkes, who have been going to Husky football games for six decades. They share some great memories and talk about the athletic scholarship that they've established in honor of their daughter. Craig and Marilee Eerkes Jennifer Cohen, senior associate athletic director for advancement 12/28/2014 uwtv.org/uw360
UWTV presents a new current affairs show, Inside Outlook, featuring in-depth discussion about the important issues facing the Pacific Northwest region. In each episode, host Gavin P. Sullivan moderates a panel of community leaders, educators and activists. In this interview, Inside Outlook host, Gavin P. Sullivan, speaks to why he believes that civil discourse is important when discussing controversial issues, the unique culture of the Pacific Northwest and what he hopes to achieve with the sho
Sustainability Summit 2014 Keynote presentation delivered by Karen Baebler, who initiated the Athletic Department’s sustainability program in 2010, and continues to the chair of the University of Washington Intercollegiate Sustainability Committee. Karen Baebler, Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Operations http://green.uw.edu/sustainable-festival-2014/summit 10/22/2014
Inside Outlook host, Gavin P. Sullivan, attended the University of Washington from 1996 to 2000. During that period he paid $3,500 in tuition, on average, for the academic year. Times have changed considerably, in 2014 tuition at UW soared to $12,400 for the academic year. Rising tuition is not unique to the University of Washington. It is being felt by students across the country and has profound implications for both the individual and the economy at large. What is driving these tuition incr
In June of 2014, the City of Seattle instituted an unprecedented $15 minimum wage to be phased in over seven years. No one knows what the true impact of this policy will be. Will it stifle growth and further increase the cost of living? Or will Seattle make real strides in addressing income inequality and become a model for the rest of the country to follow? On this episode of Inside Outlook, Gavin P. Sullivan will moderate a discussion on these questions and more. Guests include: Marieka M. K
WORKING TOGETHER TO BRING THE INNOVATION ECONOMY TO BOSTON’S NEIGHBORHOODS John Barros, Chief of Economic Development, City of Boston Edward L. Glaeser, Fred and Eleanor Glimp Professor of Economics, Harvard University, and Director, Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, Harvard Kennedy School Kathy Kottaridis, Executive Director, Historic Boston Incorporated Moderated by J. Keith Motley, Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Boston USING POLICY/RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS TO UNDERSTAND AN
The independent writer Ben Miller, a 2014–2015 Radcliffe Institute fellow, takes us to the drive-in with a reading from his essay “Cinema B.C.”
About Inside Outlook with Gavin P. Sullivan
Husky Highlight Keynote Address
Inside Outlook: Tuition and Debt
Inside Outlook: Minimum Wage
Bringing the Innovation Economy to Boston’s Neighborhoods || Radcliffe Institute
Ben Miller | Cinema B.C. || Radcliffe Institute