Summer Study 2017 - Thursday, July 27
Phase I & II: Breakfast (Lander Hall, Local Point, Ground level)
- Meet up with a group in the Lander Hall 4th Floor Lobby between 7:00 and 8:00 to go down to breakfast.
At 8:30, Phase I: Meet outside in courtyard between Lander and Maple (see map) to to walk to HUB, Room 145.
At 8:30, Phase II: Meet outside in courtyard between Lander and Maple (see map) to to depart for Phase II Workshop.
Phase II: Workshops
- Exploratory Neurobiology: Bugs, Mice and Brains! (Kincaid Hall, Room 248, Health Sciences T366 and Hitchcock, Biology Library 220) Martha Bosma, Associate Professor, Biology, University of Washington; Josh Swore, Lauren Hood, Nikki Hovland, Kelly Duong, Chris Vong, Undergraduate Students and Graduate Students, Neuroscience, University of Washington, Arisveydi Alvarez, Summer Intern, Heritage University
Interns: Brookelyn, Emily, Grady
Phase II: Cameron, Jayda, Kyleelynn, Naomi, Ryan, Teresa, Ziyu
- Human Centered Robotics: Teach New Tricks to an Old Robot! (CSE Lab, Room 014) Maya Cakmak, Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington; Justin Huang, Student, Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington
Interns: Aspen, Hailey, Laszlo
Phase II: Adrian, Jack, Jarrod, Micayla, Rochelle, Serena, Takashi– bring your laptops
Phase I: Web Design and Development (HUB, Room 145) Terrill Thompson, DO-IT Technology Specialist
- Be part of the DO-IT webdev team! Collaborate with other Phase I Scholars to design and build the 2017 DO-IT Summer Study website in this five-part workshop.
Phase I: Can we print it? Yes, we can! (HUB, Room 145) Jaydev Athreya, Director, WXML, Associate Professor of Math, University of Washington; Jonah Ostroff, Assistant Director, WXML, Lecturer in Math, University of Washington; Dia Taha, Outreach Manager, WXML, Graduate Student in Math, University of Washington; Kristine Hampton, Outreach Manager, WXML, Graduate Student in Math, University of Washington
- We explore various 3D printed objects. Why we created them for math purposes and how we created them.
Phase I & II: Lunch (HUB, Husky Den, Lower Level)
- Have lunch with fellow Scholars in the Husky Den.
- Computer lab is open from 12:00-1:30 in HUB 145. Great time to work on newsletter article, accessibility review, evaluations, check email or just hang out in the lab.
Phase I & II: Scholarship Panel (HUB, Room 250) Teresa Britschgi, Director, Washington State Opportunity Scholarship and Debra Zawada, DO-IT Program Coordinator
- Learn about real-life costs of attending college and tips on how to pay for it.
Phase I and II: Snack Break (HUB, Room 250)
3:15-4:30: Phase I: Writing for Success (HUB, Room 145) Elizabeth Lee, DO-IT Publications Coordinator
- Get in touch with your networking side by sending a formal thank you email.
4:30-5:00: Phase I: Staying Connected (HUB, Room 145) 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.
Phase II: You Can DO-IT! Practicing Your Interviewing Skills (HUB, Room 250) Tami Tidwell, DO-IT Program Coordinator
- Get first-hand experience practicing your interviewing skills with representatives from local companies and organizations.
- Bring your elevator pitch!
Phase I & II: Meet on 4th Floor of Lander Hall to depart for HUB
Phase I & II: Pizza and Salad Dinner (HUB, Lyceum Room)
Phase I & II: DO-IT Dance (HUB, Lyceum Room)
- Celebrate your Summer Study successes including new DO-IT friends.
- Dance the night away with Scholars, Ambassadors, Mentors, and other DO-IT community members.
At 9:00, 9:30 or 10:00, depart HUB to return to Lander Hall
Flush and Brush!
- Time to finish up your evening routine and head to your room.
Goodnight! All Scholars must be in their rooms in Lander Hall.