Summer Study 2004 - Wednesday, August 11
Breakfast (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Ground Floor, Dining Level)
Open Computer Lab (Optional) (HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor)
Meet in McCarty Entrance Lobby (3rd Floor, Lobby Level) to depart for Phase II Workshops.
Computer Security: Hoaxes, Anti-virus Programs, and Firewalls (HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor) Doug Hayman, DO-IT Technology Specialist
- Computer users beware! Learn strategies for maintaining and protecting your computer- anti-virus software and upgrades, downloading precautions, and more!
Phase II Workshops:
- The Game of Life and Image Processing (Paul Allen CSE Building, Room 002) Richard Ladner, Computer Science Professor, University of Washington
- Virtual Veggies! An Augmented Reality Workshop (215 Fluke Hall, 2nd Floor) Suzanne Weghorst, Human Interface Technology Lab, University of Washington
- Where in the World? Geographic Information and Global Positioning Systems (HUB 200ABC, 2nd floor) Mike Dedman. National Parks Service
- Spaced Out! The Ever-changing Solar System (Physics Astronomy Building A210; 2nd floor; building A) Chris Laws, Astronomy Graduate Student
Snack Break (Outside HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor)
It's Your Career (HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor) Scott Bellman, DO-IT Program Coordinator
- Analyze your skills and interests and apply them to careers.
- Explore the coolest jobs and hottest careers for your future.
- View video "It's Your Career."
Lunch (HUB Food Court, Ground Floor)
- Visiting (outside HUB 1st Floor)
- Open Computer Lab (HUB Room 106B, 1st Floor)
No Bones About It (HUB Room 108, 1st Floor) Marsha Ogilvie, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico
- Learn tactile methods to identify a person from their bones.
Phase II: Social Work (HUB Room 310, 3rd Floor) Susan Neely-Barnes and Pearl Wollin, UW School of Social Work
- Learn about social work and other careers within the field of social welfare.
Snack Break (Outside HUB Room 108, 1st Floor)
College Life: What Helps and Where to Find It (HUB Room 108, 1st Floor) Lisa Stewart, DO-IT Program Coordinator
- Talk to your fellow Scholars and Mentors about helpful accommodations and how to get them in college and beyond.
Dinner (McMahon Hall Cafeteria, Ground Floor, Dining Level)
Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lobby to depart for evening event at the HUB.
Celebration Evening (HUB Art Gallery and Room 108, 1st Floor)
- Visit with DO-IT Mentors and special guests at the HUB Art Gallery Reception.
- View 1993 DO-IT Scholar Anna's Art Exhibit in the HUB Art Gallery. Anna, who was blind, loved color and worked with colored pencils to create powerful visual images.
- Presentation of 1st Annual DO-IT Trailblazer Awards!
- Keynote Presentation: "Surviving College" Dr. Marsha Ogilvie, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico will share her adventures in graduate school and in the field of anthropology. Dr. Ogilvie faced some unique challenges in the field of anthropology as a person with a visual disability.
Evening Dorm Activities
- Outdoor sports activities (Meet in McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lounge, 3rd Floor, Lobby Level to go to Denny Field outside across from McCarty Hall).
- Visiting, board games, video games, crafts & more (McCarty Hall Main Entrance Lounge or McCarty Library).
- Relax in your room to store up energy for another busy day tomorrow.
Flush and Brush!
- Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room by 11:00.
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in McCarty Hall.