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Dear Student,
A National Science Foundation funded project, AccessComputing serves to increase the participation of people with disabilities in computing fields. We apply evidence-based practices to help students with disabilities successfully pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees and careers in computing fields.
On page two of this letter, you'll find a profile of Shaun, an AccessComputing student team member, and how to become an AccessComputing team member.
Page three talks about attending conferences as a student, a scholarship website, and how to get involved with undergraduate research.
Page four highlights a student organization called Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities, new AccessComputing resources, the Business Leadership Network, an interesting video, and information about 
The insert lists information about a variety of exciting internship and scholarship programs.
We sincerely wish you a successful and enjoyable college experience. To request this newsletter in an alternate format, contact Brianna Blaser, AccessComputing Coordinator/Counselor, at 206-685-3648 (V/TTY) or
Richard Ladner
Principal Investigator, AccessComputing
Professor, Computer Science and Eng.
University of Washington
Sheryl Burgstahler
Co-PI, AccessComputing
Director, DO-IT
University of Washington
Brianna Blaser
University of Washington