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EagleEyes Winter 2003 Newsletter

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BC undergrad Sharif Tai develops new applications
Sharif Tai ’03 has a way with computers. And, as it turns out, he has a way with people, too. Often seen in the computer lab on the fourth floor of Fulton Hall, Sharif plays an integral role in bringing technical support to the EagleEyes Program.

UK’s Sam Tennant visits Beantown!
In June 2002, Sam Tennant, a student from the Hollybank Trust School in West Yorkshire, England came to Boston. Nicola Rowe was kind enough to share a few details from Sam’s visit.

What’s it like to be an EagleEyes buddy?
The B.E.A.T. talks with undergraduates Gaby Ghafari ‘04 and Pete Olinits ‘04, veteran Buddies of three years to find out!

EagleEyes: building bridges in Northern Ireland
When Christine Jendoubi arrived at Boston College in May 2001, she expected to learn more about the American political system and specifically how education policy is executed on the local, state, and federal levels. What she didn’t expect was to learn about two assistive technologies that are changing the lives of students with severe disabilities both here in the U.S. and abroad.

Sandy Nelson: keys to success
While 41-year old Sandy Nelson has been out of school for twenty years, she’s not afraid of learning new things, especially when it comes to Camera Mouse technology.

 


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Winter 2003 Newsletter
Winter 2003 Newsletter
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Film Studies Program premieres “Michael’s Eagle Eyes”
Film Studies Program Premiers Michael's EagleEyes
  EagleEyes has recently spread its wings into BC’s Fine Arts Department in yet another cross-disciplinary collaboration between BC Faculty and the EagleEyes Project. On September 26th, BC’s Film Studies Program premiered “Michael’s Eagle Eyes,” a documentary about the life of Michael Nash, EagleEyes user and recent graduate of Marshfield High School.
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