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2001 SUMMER SCHOOL
ACCREDITATION PROGRAMS AND
THE MEDICAL PHYSICIST

June 24-28
University of Washington - Seattle

(photo courtesy of University of Washington Photography Services)


EVENING DISCUSSIONS
Evening sessions will be held in the lounge of Hansee Residence just along from the Haggett dorms. These evening sessions are meant to complement the more formal lectures and give registrants the opportunity to interact with the faculty and other attendees in a relaxed atmosphere. Suitable refreshments will be available to lubricate scientific debate. Held Sunday, Monday and Wednesday nights from 7:30 PM -10:00 PM.
NIGHT OUT

www.tillicumvillage.com

On Tuesday evening, chartered buses will take attendees directly to Pier 55/56 where they will board a ferry for picturesque Blake Island. After an enjoyable one hour narrated cruise featuring the sights of sky, mountain, city and sea, visitors will be greeted at Tillicum Village by our Native hosts in ceremonial dress bearing savory clam appetizers. While we enjoy the stage presentation of "Dance of the Wind," showcasing the myths and legends of Native Indian culture, we will be feasting on traditionally baked salmon cooked over cedar stakes. After dinner, one can stroll around the island and inhale the scents of the Pacific Northwest. This is one AAPM Night Out that you don't want to miss. Casual dress is appropriate for this event.

RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

Registrants staying on campus can pay $5 per visit to use the Intramural Activities Building (IMA). They will need to show their residence hall room key when they pay. The facility includes a pool, fitness center, racquetball courts and basketball court. Equipment is provided with the $5 fee. The campus also has many beautiful jogging paths and walking trails with vistas of Mount Rainer and Lake Washington.


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