Summer Study 2003 - Wednesday, August 6
Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Ground Floor, Dining Level)
Phase I Open Computer Lab (HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor)
Phase II Meet in McCarty Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor, Lobby Level) to depart for Phase II Workshops.
Computer Lab: Web Design (HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor) Terry Thompson, UW DO-IT Technology Specialist
- Collaborate with other Phase I Scholars to create the 2003 Scholar web page.
Phase II Workshops:
- The Game of Life and Image Processing (Sieg Hall 228) Richard Ladner, Professor, Computer Science Professor, University of Washington
- Human Interface Technology Lab (Ocean Sciences Room 111) Bruce Campbell, Human Interface Technology Lab, University of Washington
- World Wide Access (LUTE Lab, Engineering Library) Wendy Chisholm. World Wide Web Consortium, Accessibility Specialist
- As the World Turns (Academic Computing Center (ACC) Room 044) Deb Schmitt, Science and Math Instructor, South Kitasp School District
Snack Break (Outside HUB 106B, 1st Floor)
BIOHAND Workshop (HUB Room 200ABC, 2nd Floor) Tekie Mehary, UW Department of Bioengineering
- Become a bioengineer for a day and create a Biohand.
- See a demonstration of biomaterials that are implantable in the body.
Lunch (HUB Food Court, HUB, Ground Floor)
- Visiting (outside HUB 1st Floor)
- Open Computer Lab (HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor)
Web Portfolio Lab: It's Your Career (HUB 106B, 1st Floor) Scott Bellman, DO-IT Program Coordinator/Counselor
- Analyze your skills and interests and apply them to careers.
- Explore the coolest jobs and hottest careers for your future.
Phase II: Effective Interview Strategies: First Impressions Count! (HUB Room 200ABC) Michael Richardson, DO-IT Project Coordinator
- Learn tips for a successful job interview.
- Discuss strategies to tell employers about your skills, experiences and necessary job accommodations.
Snack Break (Outside HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor)
What is Nanotechnology? (HUB Room 200ABC, 2nd Floor) Tom Butler, UW Nanotechnology Student Association
- Find out what the field of nanotechnology is all about.
Phase II: Open Computer Lab (HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor)
Dinner (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Ground Floor, Dining Level)
Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby to depart for evening event at Kane Hall.
Keynote Presentation and Reception (Kane Hall, Walker-Ames Room) Dr. Peter Rieke, Mobility Engineering Inc.
- Listen to Dr. Rieke, a scientist, inventor, and mountain climber with paraplegia, share his personal stories and adventures.
Evening Dorm Activities
- Outdoor sports activities take place on Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lounge, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level).
- Computer simulations and games (McCarty Hall Library, 3rd Floor).
- Visiting, board games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lounge or 3rd Floor Lounge).
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.