2011 DO-IT Summer Study Schedule


Summer Study Schedule:

Thanks for making Summer Study 2011 a success!

Schedule Notes:

The following guidelines will help you move smoothly through the Summer Study program and gain the maximum benefit from the activities. This schedule lets you know what is planned and when to be ready!

Plan ahead for rest, personal care, and other needs so you can arrive promptly and participate in all activities. If you require an adjustment to your schedule, request approval from a DO-IT staff member.

On your schedule look for the following major areas of focus for each activity:

If you have suggestions for additional activities to add to the schedule, share your ideas with any DO-IT staff member.


Tuesday, July 12

3:00-5:00
Phase I: Scholar Registration (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level)
5:30-6:45
Phase I: Welcome Meeting for Scholars and Parents (Haggett Hall, Grey Lounge) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Director
  • Welcome: Program goals, schedule, expectations, safety, and staff introductions.
  • McCarty Hall rules and emergency procedures (Resident Advisor).
  • Scholar and Guest introductions.
6:45-7:45
Phase I: Welcome Dinner (Haggett Hall, Patio)
  • Your first assignment: "This is Your Life!"
7:45-8:30
Phase I: DO-IT Success Panel (Haggett Hall, Patio)
  • Words of wisdom about college, employment, and DO-IT participation from DO-IT Interns, Mentors, and Ambassadors who have "done it" before.
9:00-10:30
Evening Dorm Activities / Go To Bed
  • Outdoor sports activities take place on Denny Field across from McCarty Hall (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level).
  • Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby or Lounges).
10:30-10:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
11:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Wednesday, July 13

7:00-8:30
Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
  • Depart McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby between 7:00 and 8:00.
8:30
Meet outside McMahon Hall Lobby to depart for Johnson
9:00-9:30
Phase I: Welcome (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Director
  • Schedule, rules, evaluations, "buddy" system, Q & A, and newsletter projects.
9:30-10:15
Phase I: Computer Lab/Email Set-up and Staying Connected (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Doug Hayman, DO-IT Technology Specialist and Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Director
  • View video: Computer Access: In Our Own Words. Watch closely for DO-IT Ambassadors you want to get to know.
  • Get "connected" with your fellow Scholars, Ambassadors and Mentors. Send an email message to at least one current Scholar, one Phase II Scholar, one Ambassador, and one Mentor.
10:15-10:40
Phase I:Snack Break Snack Break(outside Johnson Hall, Room 111)
10:45-12:00
Phase I: Web Search, Red Alert and Accessible Tech Options (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Doug Hayman, DO-IT Technology Specialist
  • Computer users beware! Learn strategies for maintaining and protecting your computer– anti-virus software and upgrades, downloading precautions, tips for staying safe online and more!
  • Explore accessibility features built into your laptop that you will hear about on our Microsoft field trip.
12:15-12:15
Phase I: Connect With Your Lunch and Lunch Bunch Introduction (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Director
12:15-1:25
Phase I: Lunch with Planning Groups (all groups eat in By George, Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Lower Level, Glass Room)
  • Work with Scholars who have disabilities similar to your own.
1:30-2:45
Phase I: Killing Killer Organisms: Part 1 (Mary Gates Hall, Room 241) Theresa Britschgi, Seattle Biotechnology Research Institution BioQuest Science Education Director
  • Learn more about the field of biomedical research.
2:45-3:15
Phase I: Snack Break (Outside Mary Gates Hall, Room 241)
3:15-4:15
Phase I: Killing Killer Organisms: Part 2 (Mary Gates Hall, Room 241) Theresa Britschgi, Seattle Biomedical Research Institution BioQuest Science Education Director
4:15-4:25
Phase I: Staying Connected (Mary Gates Hall, Room 241) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Program Director
  • Check-in and chat about DO-IT workshops, assignments, daily events, Phase II, Ambassadors, internships, and questions and answer.
4:45-6:30
Phase I: Dinner (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
6:30
Phase I Meet in front of McMahon Hall to depart for U Village.
7:00-9:00
Phase I: Village People!
  • Meet in front of McMahon Hall to depart for University Village in groups.
  • Hang out at the U-Village outdoor mall. Travel in groups of 3 or more, each with an intern or staff member.
  • Pick up a treat with your Starbucks card!
8:30-9:00
Phase I: Meet in front of Ravenna Gardens to return from U-Village to campus. Riders who want to ride back to the dorm in the van, meet at Ravenna Gardens.
9:00-10:30
Evening Dorm Activities / Go To Bed
  • Outdoor sports activities (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level to go to Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall).
  • Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby or McCarty Library).
  • Relax in your room to store up energy for another busy day tomorrow.
10:30-10:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
11:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Thursday, July 14

7:00-8:15
Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
  • Depart McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby between 7:00 and 8:00.
8:15
Phase I: Meet outside McMahon Hall to depart for Greenhouse
9:00-10:15
Phase I: Tour of UW Botany Greenhouse (UW Botany Greenhouse) Doug Ewing, UW Botany Greenhouse Director
  • FEED ME! Little Shop of Horrors? No, but the UW Botany Greenhouse includes carnivorous and tropical plants including the world's smelliest Corpse Flower which recently bloomed.
10:15-10:45
Phase I: Snack Break (Outside Mary Gates Hall, Room 241)
10:45-12:00
Phase I: What are the odds? (Mary Gates Hall, Room 241) Brianna Blaser, DO-IT Program Coordinator and Laura Bersos, Seattle University student
  • Chaos theory? Dr. Malcolm explained it in Jurassic Park. What is the probability that a bead of water will roll down your hand the same direction? Let's figure it out!
1:30-2:45
Phase I: Taking Charge! (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Kayla Brown, DO-IT Program Intern and Robyn Hasegawa, DO-IT Ambassador
  • Self-determination: goal setting, self-advocacy, and other strategies for success.
2:45-3:00
Phase I: Snack Break (Outside Johnson 111)
3:00-4:30
Phase I: Seismology Lab (Atmospheric Sciences – Geophysics Building, Room 146) Doug Gibbons, UW Earth and Space Sciences – Pacific Northwest Seismic Network
  • Shake, Rattle AND ROLL! Ever wondered how earthquakes are measured? Rumble on in and let's find out.
4:45-7:00
Phase I: Dinner (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
7:00
Phase I: Meet in McCarty Lobby for Game Night.
7:00-9:00
Phase I: Board Game Night (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Lounge/Patio, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level)
  • Yawn? Are you BOARD? Tonight you will be!
9:00-10:30
Evening Dorm Activities / Go To Bed
  • Outdoor sports activities (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level to go to Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall).
  • Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby or McCarty Library).
  • Relax in your room to store up energy for another busy day tomorrow.
10:30-10:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
11:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Friday, July 15

7:00-8:30
Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
8:30
Phase I: Meet in McCarty Hall Lobby, 3rd Floor to depart for Microsoft
10:00-10:15
Welcome/Introduction (Olympic Room, Building 27)
10:15-12:00
Activity
12:00-1:00
Lunch with Microsoft Employees
  • Hear from Microsoft employees about what they do and how they "DO-IT."
1:00-3:00
Building 27 Windows Accessibility Activity and Building 27 Inclusive Innovation Showroom tour
3:30
Phase I: Meet outside front entrance to load buses and return to University of Washington.
4:45-6:45
Phase I: Dinner (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
7:00-9:00
Phase I: Craft Night! (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Lounge/Patio, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level)
  • Explore your artistic talents and make something cool to take home!
9:00-11:30
Evening Dorm Activities
  • Outdoor sports activities (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level to go to Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall).
  • Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby or McCarty Library).
  • Relax in your room to store up energy for another busy day tomorrow.
11:30-11:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
12:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Saturday, July 16

7:00-9:00
Phase I: Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
9:00
Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor) to load bus for Pacific Science Center.
10:30
Phase I: Arrive at the Pacific Science Center and go straight to movie line at Boeing IMAX Theater (Downtown Seattle, 2nd Ave North entrance).
  • Explore the Science Center in groups of 3 or more.
10:45-1:00
Phase I: IMAX Movie: Harry Potter
  • Meet at entrance to Boeing IMAX Theater by 10:45 for seating for the movie.
1:00-2:00
Phase I: Lunch (Box lunches provided at tables outside café in the center area of the second floor of the Pacific Science Center).
2:00-4:30
Explore Exhibits of the Pacific Science Center
2:30-4:00
Phase II: Registration and Get Back in Touch Time (McCarty Hall Main Lounge, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level)
4:30
Phase I: Load Bus at Pacific Science Center and return to UW (meet at the same location as you were dropped off).
4:30-5:15
Phase II: Introduction for Scholars and Parents (Haggett Hall Lounge, Plaza Level) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Director
  • Welcome - Program goals, schedule, expectations, safety, staff introductions.
  • McCarty Hall rules and emergency procedures (Resident Advisor).
  • Scholars re-introduce themselves & guests and share college/employment post-high school plans.
5:15-6:25
Phase I & II: Dinner and Phase II Scholar Welcome (Haggett Hall Patio)
  • Mix and mingle with the Phase II Scholars.
6:30-10:00
Phase I & II: "I Scream" and KARAOKE! (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor)
  • Create the "Ultimate Ice Cream Treat" at our DO-IT yourself sundae bar.
  • Share your hidden talent or sing your favorite tune with fellow Scholars and a Karaoke machine.
  • Have your picture taken for the DO-IT Snapshots yearbook.
  • Have your picture taken for the DO-IT Snapshots yearbook.
10:00-11:30
Evening Dorm Activities
  • Outdoor sports activities (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level to go to Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall).
  • Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby or McCarty Library).
  • Relax in your room to store up energy for another busy day tomorrow.
11:30-11:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
12:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Sunday, July 17

7:00-9:00
Phase I & II: Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
8:00
Phase I & II: Religious Service (optional)
  • For those who made arrangements to attend a religious service.
10:00
Phase I & II: Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor) to load bus for the Southwest Community Center
11:00
Arrive Southwest Community Center
11:30-1:00
Lunch with Rugby Team
1:00-3:00
Game Time
  • Check out the Seattle Slam Wheelchair Rugby Team go head to head.
3:30
Phase I & II: Meet in front of the Southwest Community Center (where you were dropped off) to load buses to return to UW.
4:45-6:45
Phase I & II: Dinner (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
7:00-9:00
DIFF! (McCarty Hall Lounge, 3rd Floor, South Tower)
  • Come check out the Annual DO-IT International Film Festival.
9:00-10:30
Evening Dorm Activities
  • Outdoor sports activities (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level to go to Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall).
  • Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby or McCarty Library).
  • Relax in your room to store up energy for another busy day tomorrow.
10:30-10:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
11:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Monday, July 18

7:00-8:15
Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
8:30
Phase I: Meet in McMahon Hall Main Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor) to walk to Johnson Hall, Room 111.
8:30
Phase II: Meet in McCarty Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor, Lobby Level) to depart for Phase II Workshops.
9:00-12:00
Phase II Workshops:
  • Germ Forensics! (Hitchcock Hall, Room 343) Beth Solan, SBRI BioQuest Instructor
    Bring laptop and put laptops in Johnson 111 at end of workshop.
  • Lights. Camera. ACTION! DX Arts Creative Video Lab (Raitt Hall, Room 129) Tivon Rice, Teaching Assistant, Digital Arts and Experimental Media, University of Washington
  • Exploratory Neurobiology: Bugs, Mice and Brains! (Kincaid Hall, Room 248) Martha Bosma, Associate Professor, Biology, University of Washington
9:00-10:15
Disability Identity (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Ann Luetzow, UW student and Monica Olsson, UW student
  • Learn about the exciting new field of disability studies – an academic field that combines social, cultural, historical, political, legal and educational perspectives.
10:15-10:45
Phase I: Snack Break (Hall, Room 111)
10:45-12:00
Phase I: Web Design (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Terry Thompson, DO-IT Technology Specialist
  • Collaborate with other Phase I Scholars to create the 2011 Scholar web pages.
12:00-1:25
Phase I & II: Lunch (By George, Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Lower Level)
  • Visiting with friends over lunch
1:30-2:45
Phase I: Arduino Platform/Programming (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Kyle Rector, Graduate Student, UW Computer Science and Engineering
  • Programming the computer to activate and operate switches, lights, and more!
1:30-2:45
Phase II: Our Take on Intake (Odegaard, Room 220) Michael Richardson and Britt Neff, Disability Resources for Students, University of Washington, Barbara Oswald and Anne Carpenter, Disability Resource Center, Bellevue College
  • Learn about the intake process for students with disabilities in postsecondary education.
2:45-3:15
Phase I & II: Snack Break (Odegaard, Room 220)
3:15-4:30
Phase I & II: College Life - What Helps and Where to Find It (Odegaard, Room 220) Tami Tidwell, DO-IT Program Coordinator
  • Talk to your fellow Scholars and Mentors about helpful accommodations and how to get them in college and beyond.
4:30-6:45
Phase I & II: Dinner (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
6:45
Phase I & II: Meet in front of McCarty Hall to depart for the Tour de UW.
7:00-9:00
Phase I & II: Tour de UW (Parking Lot C-10 near Anderson Hall)
  • Feel the wind rushing through your eyelashes! Find your adventurous soul.
  • We have the bicycle for you – modified to fit your every need by Outdoors For All!
9:00-10:30
Evening Dorm Activities / Go To Bed
  • Outdoor sports activities (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level to go to Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall).
  • Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby or McCarty Library).
  • Relax in your room to store up energy for another busy day tomorrow.
10:30-10:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
11:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Tuesday, July 19

7:00-8:15
Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
8:30
Phase II: Meet in McCarty Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor, Lobby Level) to depart for Phase II Workshops.
9:00-12:00
Phase II Workshops:
  • Germ Forensics! (Hitchcock Hall, Room 343) Beth Solan, SBRI BioQuest Instructor
    Bring laptop and put laptops in Johnson 111 at end of workshop.
  • Lights. Camera. ACTION! DX Arts Creative Video Lab (Raitt Hall, Room 129) Tivon Rice, Teaching Assistant, Digital Arts and Experimental Media, University of Washington
  • Exploratory Neurobiology: Bugs, Mice and Brains! (Kincaid Hall, Room 248) Martha Bosma, Associate Professor, Biology, University of Washington
9:00-10:15
Phase I: Acidification of Oceans (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Lia Slemons, Instructor, Bellevue College
  • Learn about the effects of change in oceans as they become more acidic and how that impacts marine life.
10:15-10:45
Phase I: Snack Break (Outside Johnson Hall, Room 111)
10:45-12:00
Phase I: Web Design (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Terry Thompson, DO-IT Technology Specialist
  • Collaborate with Phase I Scholars to create the 2011 Scholar web pages.
12:00-1:25
Phase I & II: Lunch (By George, Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Lower Level)
  • Visiting with friends over lunch
12:00-1:15
Phase II: Open Computer Lat (Optional) (Johnson Hall, Room 111)
  • If you need to polish up your resume or put the finishing touches on your Phase II project, now's the time!
1:30-3:00
Phase I College: You Can DO-IT! (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Dyane Haynes, Director, UW Disability Resources for Students and Al Souma, Counselor, Seattle Central Community College
  • Get ready to go to college and learn how to request and receive the accommodations you need.
  • View video: College: You Can DO-IT
1:30-2:45
Phase II: Debug – Beware!! (Johnson Hall, Room 175) Doug Hayman DO-IT Technology Specialist
  • Learn how to keep your laptop free of viruses and other issues.
2:45-3:15
Phase II: Snack Break (Odegaard, Room 220)
3:00-3:30
Phase I Snack Break (outside Johnson Hall, Room 111)
3:15-4:30
Phase II: First Impressions (Odegaard, Room 220) Tami Tidwell, DO-IT Program Coordinator
  • You have one chance to make a first impression. Prepare for your Mock Interview.
3:30-4:30
Phase I: It's Your Career (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Scott Bellman, DO-IT Program Coordinator
  • Analyze your skills and interests and apply them to careers and explore the coolest jobs and hottest careers for your future.
  • View video: It's Your Career.
4:30-5:00
Phase I: Staying Connected (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Program Director
  • Check-in and chat about DO-IT workshops, assignments, daily events, Phase II, Ambassadors, internships, and questions and answer.
5:00-6:30
Phase I & II: Dinner (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
6:30
Phase I & II: Meet in front of McMahon Hall to depart for the Physics Astronomy Building.
7:00-9:00
Phase I & II: Spaced Out! (Physics Astronomy Building A, 2nd Floor) Phil Rosenfield, Astronomy Graduate Student, University of Washington
  • Explore the night sky and our solar system.
9:00-10:30
Evening Dorm Activities / Go To Bed
  • Outdoor sports activities (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level to go to Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall).
  • Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby or McCarty Library).
  • Relax in your room to store up energy for another busy day tomorrow.
10:30-10:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
11:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Wednesday, July 20

7:00-8:15
Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
8:15
Phase II Germ Forensics! Workshop Group: Meet in McCarty Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor, Lobby Level) to depart for SBRI field trip.
8:30
Phase II: Meet in McCarty Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor, Lobby Level) to depart for Phase II Workshops.
9:00-12:00
Phase II Workshops:
  • Germ Forensics! (Meet at McCarty Hall at 8:15 to board bus for field trip) Beth Solan, SBRI BioQuest Instructor
    * out on FIELD TRIP TO SBRI: Bring laptop and put laptops in Johnson 111 at end of workshop.
  • Lights. Camera. ACTION! DX Arts Creative Video Lab (Raitt Hall, Room 129) Tivon Rice, Teaching Assistant, Digital Arts and Experimental Media, University of Washington
  • Exploratory Neurobiology: Bugs, Mice and Brains! (Kincaid Hall, Room 248) Martha Bosma, Associate Professor, Biology, University of Washington
9:00-10:15
Phase I: Accessibility Assessment w/ MESA Materials (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Program Director
  • Learn about accessibility assessment.
10:15-10:45
Phase I: Snack Break (outside Johnson Hall, Room 111)
10:45-12:00
Phase I: Web Design (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Terry Thompson, DO-IT Technology Specialist
  • Collaborate with other Phase I Scholars to create the 2011 Scholar web pages.
12:00-1:25
Phase I & II: Lunch (By George, Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Lower Level)
  • Visting
1:30-2:45
Phase I & II: We Did It, So Can You! (Johnson Hall, Rooms 111 and 175)
  • Phase II Projects are presented.
2:45-3:15
Phase I & II: Snack Break (Outside Odegaard, Room 220)
3:15-4:30
Phase I & II: Scholarship Secrets (Odegaard, Room 220) Luke Allpress, Scholarship Junkies
  • Learn about real-life cost of attending college and tips on how to pay for it.
4:30-4:45
Phase I and II: Staying Connected (Odegaard, Room 220) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Program Director
  • Check-in and chat about DO-IT workshops, assignments, daily events, Phase II, Ambassadors, internships, and questions and answer.
5:00-6:00
Phase I & II: Break
  • Hang out in the quad or go back to the dorm for a bit. Be sure a staff or intern is in your group.
5:45
Phase I & II: If you went back to the dorm during the break, meet by 5:45 in front of McCarty Hall to depart for Kane Hall.
6:00-7:00
Phase I & II: Dinner and MESA Activity (Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room)
  • Work in groups to assess the accessibility of MESA materials.
7:30-8:30
Phase I & II: DO-IT Mentoring and Career Panel and Trailblazer Awards (Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room)
  • Meet DO-IT Mentors and special guests.
  • Learn more about what it takes to be successful in school and on the job from professionals with disabilities in a variety of career fields.
9:00-10:30
Evening Dorm Activities / Go To Bed
  • Outdoor sports activities (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level to go to Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall).
  • Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby or McCarty Library).
  • Relax in your room to store up energy for another busy day tomorrow.
10:30-10:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
11:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Thursday, July 21

7:00-8:15
Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
8:30
Phase II: Meet in McCarty Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor, Lobby Level) to depart for Phase II Workshops.
9:00-12:00
Phase II Workshops:
  • Germ Forensics! (Hitchcock Hall, Room 343) Beth Solan, SBRI BioQuest Instructor
    Bring laptop and put laptops in Johnson 111 at end of workshop.
  • Lights. Camera. ACTION! DX Arts Creative Video Lab (Raitt Hall, Room 129) Tivon Rice, Teaching Assistant, Digital Arts and Experimental Media, University of Washington
  • Exploratory Neurobiology: Bugs, Mice and Brains! (Kincaid Hall, Room 248) Martha Bosma, Associate Professor, Biology, University of Washington
9:00-10:15
Phase I: You Can DO-IT: Articulating Your Needs and Communicating with Faculty (McMahon Hall, Pompeii Room) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Program Director
  • View video: Building the Team: Faculty and Students with Disabilities
  • Meet professors and participate in a role-playing exercise.
10:15-10:45
Phase I: Snack Break (outside Johnson Hall, Room 111)
10:45-12:00
Phase I: Web Design (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Terry Thompson, DO-IT Technology Specialist
  • Collaborate with other Phase I Scholars to create the 2011 Scholar web pages.
12:00-1:25
Phase I & II: Lunch (By George, Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Lower Level)
  • Visting
1:30-2:45
Phase I & II: The Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center (Odegaard, Room 220) Eric Chudler, Ph.D., UWEB Director of Education and Outreach, Bioengineering and Tom Daniel, Komen Endowed Chair, Department of Biology, University of Washington
  • Presentations and discussion about emerging neural-inspired sensorimotor technology and science with members of the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering.
2:45-3:15
Phase I Snack Break (outside Johnson Hall, Room 111)
2:45-3:15
Phase II: Snack Break (outside Odegaard, Room 220)
3:15-4:45
Phase I: Writing for Success (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Brianna Blaser, DO-IT Program Coordinator
  • Get in touch with your networking side.
3:15-5:00
Phase II: You Can DO-IT! Practicing Your Interviewing Skills (Odegaard, Room 220) Tami Tidwell, DO-IT Program Coordinators
  • Get first-hand experience practicing your interviewing skills with representatives from local companies and organizations.
4:30-5:00
Phase I: Staying Connected (Johnson Hall, Room 111) Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Program Director
  • Check-in and chat about DO-IT workshops, assignments, daily events, Phase II, Ambassadors, internships, and questions and answer.
5:45, 6:00, 6:15
Phase I & II: Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby to depart for Mary Gates Hall for Dance
6:00-7:00
Phase I & II: Dinner (Mary Gates Hall, Commons)
7:00-10:00
Phase I & II: DO-IT Dance (Mary Gates Hall, Commons)
  • Celebrate your Summer Study successes including new DO-IT friends.
  • Dance the night away with Scholars, Ambassadors, Mentors, and other DO-IT community members.
9:00, 9:30 or 10:00
Depart Mary Gates Hall to return to McCarty Hall
10:30-10:55
Flush and Brush!
  • Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
11:00
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.

Friday, July 22

7:00-8:30
Phase I & II: Breakfast and Begin Pack-up (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Down to Dining Level, Ground Floor)
8:30
Phase II: Meet in McCarty Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor, Lobby Level) to depart for Phase II Workshops.
9:00-12:00
Phase II Workshops:
  • Germ Forensics! (Hitchcock Hall, Room 344) Theresa Britschgi, SBRI BioQuest Science Education Director & Teryn Allen, SBRI Educator
    Bring laptop and take laptop back to dorm at end of workshop.
  • A Climate of Change (Mary Gates Hall, Room 284) Julie Peddy, NOAA, Program Manager
    Bring laptop and take laptop back to dorm at end of workshop.
  • Exploratory Neurobiology: Bugs, Mice and Brains! (Kincaid Hall, Room 248) Martha Bosma, Associate Professor, Biology, University of Washington & Hiro Watari, UW Neurobiology Graduate Student, & Stephanie A. Fuller, UW Neurobiology Graduate Student
8:30-9:55
Phase I: Pack Up (McCarty Hall)
  • Pack-up, but leave belongings in room.
10:00
Phase I: Meet in McCarty Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor, Lobby) to depart for McMahon Hall.
10:30-11:45
Phase I: What Comes Next? (McMahon Hall, Pompeii Room, basement next to cafeteria), Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT Director
  • Discuss Phase II expectations, share Phase II project ideas.
12:00-1:00
Phase I & II: Lunch (McMahon Hall, Cafeteria, basement)
1:00
Phase I & Phase II depart McMahon for Closing Ceremonies
1:30-3:30
Phase I & II: Closing Ceremonies (Odegaard, Room 220)
  • Phase I Awards and Testimonials.
  • Phase II Reports and Awards.
  • Intern Second Life Workshop Presentation
  • Good-byes.
3:45-5:00
Phase I & II: Finish Packing and Dorm Check-out (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby)
  • Make sure to check your room for left-behind items, pick up your binder and laptop from DO-IT Staff in the McCarty Lobby, and turn in your keys to the McCarty Front Desk.

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