Watch as scientists explore the Pacific sea floor on "Down to the Volcano"
A science and engineering team led by the University of Washington is on a multi-year mission, funded by the National Science Foundation, to build an advanced deep ocean laboratory - on the edge of an active submarine volcano, over a mile below the surface. What these scientists find in the deep ocean may someday help the way we live on land. Follow along as researchers visit a 5000 foot tall mountain at the bottom of the ocean and begin to set up the technology that can capture eruptions in real-time.
Watch the program Wednesday, May 22 at 9:30 p.m., or online anytime.
Sounds of the World: Ethnomusicology Archives
Sundays at 12:30 p.m.
Tune in for a new series featuring musicians from around the world, filmed at University of Washington
in the 1970s by Robert Garfias. The series takes you from Afghanistan to Spain as we uncover the archives from the UW School of Music's Ethnomusicology division.
Connecting Young Women to the World
Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
Robin Held was once known as "Seattle's most interesting museum curator." She recently left her high-profile position in the art world to lead filmmaking non-profit Reel Grrls. Now she's using media making to transform the lives of girls and young women. Can Robin pivot quickly enough to ensure Reel Grrls' viability, even as it faces more demand than ever for its content?
Watch More W in May
UW|360: UW Medicine's Wellness Initiative
Sundays at 9 p.m.
Watch to see how UW Medical Center is pioneering a trend of healthy food options at their hospital as part of a new Wellness Initiative. Then, see creative forms emerge when students and technology merge in the Industrial Design Program. Plus, a look at students taking on the Environmental Innovation Challenge, on UW|360.
Preventing and Treating Trauma: Mini Medical School 2013
Thursday, May 23 at 7 p.m.
The annual series from UW Medicine returns with 13 episodes, featuring discussions on trauma, chronic disease, medical careers and dangers facing young athletes. For aspiring medical students, patients and the medically curious, Mini Med provides insight on the critically important world of medicine.
Pack - Hit the road this summer with a 27" Huskies rolling duffle by Denco Sports Luggage Inc. The lightweight polycarbonate frame and push button telescoping handle make it easy to move. The embroidered UW
logo identifies you as a true champ.
UWTV Up Close
Let's take this show on the road! UWTV can broadcast live from all over campus and beyond with a combination of portable equipment, high-capacity fiber transmission lines and engineering know-how.