A panel of undergraduate and graduate students will explain Disability Studies frameworks for rethinking teaching and learning in higher education. They will speak about the impact of Disability Studies in their own educational experiences. This is the second event in the Disability Studies series, launched this spring.
Panelist: Alyssa Albano (B.S. Adolescent Education: English, Creative Writing ‘22)
Panelist: Kimberly Sanford (B.S. Adolescent Education: English, Deaf Studies ‘22)
Panelist: Devin Williams (Class of ‘23)
Panelist: Gabriela O’Shea (B.A. English ‘16) Continuing Education in Recreational Therapy
Panelist: Dakota Rose (B.A. English ‘21)
ASL interpretation & CART captioning will be used during the event.
For accessibility questions and accommodations contact the Faculty Development Center: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch this video about facilitator and CAF Athlete, Professor April Coughlin
A Mission for Social Inclusion article in the Oracle, 2 April, 2015
Co-Sponsored by: Digital Accessibility Committee/OIT, Disability Resource Center,
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Faculty Fellows, Faculty Development Center, School of
Liberal Arts & Sciences, School of Education
Date: Monday, April 19
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: via Zoom at this link