Thurs, Nov. 9, 4:30pm, MGH024
Hi Grad Students! Join other grad students who incorporate disability studies in our work and/or who have disabilities for snacks and informal networking!
Thursday, Nov. 9 at 4:30 in the D Center, Mary Gates 024
We are a group of grad...Read more
ICAF guest artist Emil Ferris, author of the 2017 graphic novel "My Favorite Thing is Monsters" (Fantagraphics), will discuss her work and career in the context of disability culture.
EMIL FERRIS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Location: UW Odegaard Library, Room 220 Date: Monday,...Read more
Join other graduate students who are disabled and/or who incorporate disability studies into their work! Thurs, Oct 12, 5 PM at the D Center Mary Gates Hall 024, UW Seattle
During this meeting, we’ll brainstorm a bit about how this group can help us. Plus, there will be snacks!...Read more
Here are all of 2017 UW Disability Studies Program AWARDS recipients & their projects.
Dennis Lang Student Awards:
Eze Klarnet , senior, Mechanical Engineering, and Jessie Zhang , senior, Informatics
Friday, June 2, 1:00-2:30pm, Odegaard 220
Graduates and friends of the Disability Studies and D Center communities are cordially invited!
Refreshments will be served.
Join us in honoring our graduating students and award winners this year...Read more
Featuring 2 grad student recipients of Harlan Hahn DS grants: Will McKeithen (GEOG) & Kai Kohlsdorf (GWSS)Join us for these research presentations!
Thurs, May 18th, 4:00-5:00pm
MGH 024 (UW Seattle D Center)4:00pm Will McKeithen, "...Read more
brown bag talk, Ann Luetzow, "The Role of Cultural Centers in Higher Education: Disability as Culture and Identity", Friday, May 12th, 12-1pm, MGH 024
Ann Luetzow, SSW and former coordinator of the D Center
Following Ann's talk with be the D Center 5th...Read more
Next brown bag is Friday, May 5, 12-1pm, MGH 024 (D Center). Please join us!
Shannon Meyer, "Complicated Autonomies: Disability, Family, and Medical Decision Making" looks at the ways the complex interpersonal relationships between medical professionals, family members, and...Read more