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Dear Student,

This newsletter comes from AccessComputing. Funded by the National Science Foundation, 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.

Pages two and three of this letter share AccessComputing team member profiles, information on how to join AccessComputing, and how to attend conferences as a student.

Pages four and five showcase multiple internships and scholarship opportunities.

Pages six and seven highlight multiple computing educational, career, and scholarship tools, as well as how to get involved in undergraduate research.

We sincerely wish you a successful and enjoyable college experience. To request this newsletter in an alternate format, AccessComputing at 206-685-3648 (V/TTY) or

Richard Ladner
Principal Investigator, AccessComputing
Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
University of Washington

Sheryl Burgstahler
Co-PI, AccessComputing
Director, DO-IT
University of Washington

Brianna Blaser
Coordinator/Counselor, AccessComputing
University of Washington