Registration required - Please join the UW Disability Studies Program for a virtual lecture by Nirmala Erevelles! Thursday, February 18, 2021, 3:00-4:30 PT.
Title: “Scenes of Subjection”: Carceral Logics and Disability Labor at the...Read more
Winter 2021 marks the formal approval and start of our Graduate Certificate program! Please contact us if you may be interested!
The UW Disability Studies Program sees its role as providing a community for scholars from across campus at the UW to come together to engage in...Read more
Ishira Parikh has won a Mary Gates Research Scholar award to support her work in promoting disability inclusion in science education.
Ishira is a Disability Studies major who has spent the past two years developing an interactive, activity-based K-12 synthetic biology curriculum. The...Read more
We are pleased to announce this upcoming event with guest speaker Sona Kazemi! This event is sponsored by the Simpson Center for the Humanities
Disabling Relations: Injured Bodyminds & Active Witnessing
Job opportunity for students interested in Disability and d/Deaf Allyship - apply by June 23rd
Seeking Temporary Student Worker Interested in Disability and d/Deaf Allyship Job Category
Temporary Student Worker (hourly)
The UW Disability Studies Program was delighted to announce the 2020 Dennis Lang and Harlan Hahn awardees at our graduation event. Please read below to learn more about the students, faculty, and staff receiving these awards and the important work in which they are engaged.
The DS Program congratulates two of our graduating Disability Studies Minors, Rebecca Andrews and Eden Chapman, for winning these awards from the GWSS Department!
The Department of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies is happy to announce that Rebecca Andrews (Major: LSJ) and...Read more
"Don't Exploit Us: Technology and the Deaf Community" - registration required
Join us for a conversation discussing the ethics of technology and the Deaf community! We will go over topics like signing gloves, research ethics, and some positive technology trends for Deaf and Hard of...Read more