DO-IT NEWS * December 2010
Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology
Volume 18, Number 2
In This Issue:
- Director's Digressions
- Goodbye, Maryann
- DO-IT Awarded Grant Funds
- Summer Study: What Do Phase I Scholars Do?
- Summer Study: What Do Phase II Scholars Do?
- Exploratory Neurobiology: Bugs, Mice, and Brains!
- Ambassador Profile: Anthony Arnold
- Creating a Successful Healthcare Transition
- Quick Scholarship Tips
- Organize a Disability Awareness Event on Your Campus
- Tech Tips: Be Careful What You Share
- The Thread: Accessible Air Travel
- How Can You DO-IT?
- The Browser: Calendar of Events
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