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The Shape of Being: Technology Design, Human Values and the Future
Tuesday, March 26 at 8 p.m.
During her address for the Annual Faculty Lecture, Dr. Friedman will explain how design information and computing technology are fundamental to humanity, creating the conditions in which we live, express ourselves and experience what it means to be alive.
Four Peaks: Beauty Beyond the Comfort Zone
Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
Nail Parlor founder Jane Park traded in her executive position at
Starbucks to start her own nail parlor. Now on the verge of national
exposure, she's working toward customer engagement at a more challenging
Watch More W in March
UW|360: Husky Stadium Update and UW Tacoma Glass Art
Sundays at 9 p.m.
How will Husky Stadium have changed when the team returns in August? Find out on UW|360, plus a look at glass artwork from the UWT campus and a visit with alum and ex-CIA officer Vaughn Sherman.
Ecopsychology: Reinventing the Human-Nature Relationship in the Digital Age, Part 1
Premieres Wednesday, March 18 at 4 p.m.
How can we broker a new human-nature relationship, one that embraces
both technology and the natural world? In a provocative presentation, Peter Kahn and Scott Sampson will take up
this pressing challenge, encompassed within the growing field of
ecopsychology. They will outline a future where people optimize their
wellbeing and flourish in relationship with nature, and explore the path that
will take us there.
The Barefoot Contessa advises, “A box of caramels wrapped in
Fran’s beautiful caramel-colored ribbon is also my favorite hostess gift. I guarantee you’ll be invited back!” The UW
is the only school to put their name on the infamous seven piece gray and
smoked salted caramels. Try a box of Fran's Chocolates for yourself!
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UWTV's campus news show, The Daily's Double Shot, is put together by UW student-journalists. They write, produce and film new segments every other week from our studio in Kane Hall.
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