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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
Applications for this year's Harlan Hahn Research Funds in Disability Studies are due March 30, 2020 by 11:59 pm. UW students, staff, and faculty are eligible to apply.
The call for proposals with guidelines can be found on...Read more
Join us for this Simpson Center sponsored event! "Claiming Disability Revisited: Critical Territorial Boundaries with Examples from Communication Impairment," by Dr. Devva Kasnitz
Time: Thursday, Feb. 27, 4:00-6:00pm
Location: Paul Allen...Read more
You're invited to attend this special evening event with artist E.T. Russian, recipient of a Harlan Hahn Disability Studies award for their exhibition DOUBLE CLEAR
The UW Disability Studies Community will be gathering to celebrate E.T.'s exhibition & closing night!
Join us for the February Disability Studies Program brown bag seminar!
Presenters: Stephen Meyers and Megan McCloskey
Friday, February 21, 12:00-1:00 pm
HUB 327 (The UW D Center)
All DS brown bag events are free and open to...Read more
We are inviting applications from undergraduate and graduate students to participate in the Disability Inclusive Development Initiative during winter and spring quarters. Students with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
WHAT IS THE DISABILITY INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT...Read more