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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Addison Beer on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MATH 497 at University of Washington taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see /class/192083/math-497-university-of-washington in Mathematics (M) at University of Washington.




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Date Created: 09/09/15
Info Sheet NWMI 2002 Investigations Minicourses ll Beginning the First Day ll Monday 812 for Session A Wednesday 814 for Session B The minicourse sessions will begin promptly at 930 AM in Hansee Hall Hansee is at the northeast comer of campus There will be NWMI signs and people to help you nd the building and the room If you are parking on campus you will need to purchase a daily parking permit about 7 at the gate as you enter Tell the parking attendant that you are going to Hansee You will probably get a permit for lot N5 0r N6 Please allow time to park and nd the building so that we will start with everyone present If you are staying in the dorm we suggest you leave your suitcase in the car and just bring what you will need for the class You can check into your room later in the day In the morning please come directly to the classroom in Hansee hall ll Checking into the Dorms If you are staying in the dorm you will be staying in Hansee Hall You will have time to check in during the aftemoon The front desk for Hansee Hall is in McCarty Hall next door So you will go to McCaIty to check in You will be given additional information about this during the minicourse session You can purchase a parking pass for the rest of your stay at the time you check in this provides parking near the dorm Parking cost is 7day approximately it may go up ll Parking and Commuting Parking on the main campus during the week is approximately 7 per day If you are staying in the dorm when you check in you can purchase a pass that allows you to park near the dorm for the rest of your stay If you are commuting you can purchase a day pass at the gate as you enter each day Be sure to ask for a lot near Hansee It is possible to drive off campus and return without paying additional parking Cheaper parking for 275 a day is available in the Montlake Lot El But this is an uphill hike and requires a bunch of qualters to enter Also if you exit the lot there is no right to reenter ll Breakfast and Lunch Lunch will be provided both days in MacMahon Hall in the downstairs Dining Hall We will go to lunch as a group For participants staying in the dorm breakfast will be provided the morning of the second day also in MacMahon Hall Breakfast begins at 700 ll Two day Schedule The first day Monday or Wednesday the sessions will run from 930AM to ll30AM 1230PM to 500 PM with a break and also 700 to 900 PM The second day Tuesday or Thursday the sessions will run from 830AM to ll30AM 1230 PM to 400 PM with a break Note the earlier starting time the second day we assume that if commuting would be a problem you will be staying on campus ll Interaction with the Summer Geometry Institute The NWMI Summer Geometry Institute will be in session right next door to the minicourses We expect that there will be opportunities for the various groups to share some of what they are doing with the other groups especially in the evening ll Options Credit or clock hours are available as options credit or clock hours but not both If you are taking one minicourse one quarter unit ofUW credit for Math 497 Math Topics for Teachers is optionally available the cost is 163 payable by check or by credit card If you are taking two minicourses two quarter units of UW credit for Math 497 Math Topics for Teachers is optionally available the cost is 163 payable by check or by credit card Clock hours 15 hours per minicourse from Puget Sound ESD will be available The cost will be 2250 per minicourse This will be only payable by check ll What to Bring to NWMI Geometry tools Pencils Tape Ruler Scissors Coloring tools pencils or crayons Graphing Calculator if you have one scienti c at the minimum Compass Protractor Glue stick Box or bag to hold your stuff Checkbook for optional UW credit clock hours or math wares ll Extras to Bring for the Dorm Fan for the room if the weather is hot Bathroom supplies Big towels if you dislike the provided small towels Bikes or roller blades etc for the evenings Money for dinners the other meals are included Note There are phones and voice mail in each room


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