INCLUSION THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP
The recent reauthorization of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, and the subsequent advancement of Employment First policy has reignited discussion around disability employment, particularly with regards to the potential for...Read more
Please join us for our second DS Brown Bag talk of Spring, 2018! Ann Luetzow, Disability Cultural Centers in Higher Education: Exploring Critical Perspectives Date/Time: April 13, 2018, 12:00-1:00 pm Location: D Center (MGH 024)
Ann Luetzow, MSW Talk Title: Disability Cultural Centers in Higher...Read more
Many of these presenters are recipients of 2017 Harlan Hahn Research Grants. All talks take place in MGH 024, on Fridays, 12pm-1pm.
The DS Program thanks our colleagues at the D Center (Disability and Deaf Cultural Center) for sharing their space & volunteering to...Read more
"Multidisciplinary Technology Curriculum Design for Infusing DS Content into Science and Engineering Communities," March 30, 12pm, MGH 024
Presenter: Dr. Heather Feldner, postdoctoral research fellow in the University of Washington’s Department of Mechanical Engineering
"US Nationalism and the Threat of the 'Improperly' Developed: The Cultural Politics of Developmental Disabilities and Global Development." Friday, March 2, 12-1pm, MGH 024
Presenter: Ronnie Thibault, IPhD Studies in Geography, Communication, and Disability Studies ...Read more
Join the DS Program on Friday, Feb 23, noon, in MGH 024, for this talk on "After the Institution: Experiences of People with Disabilities in Russian Cities," by Andrea Mazzarino
Title: After the Institution: Experiences of People with Disabilities in Russian Cities Presenter: Andrea...Read more
Please join us for our third Brown Bag talk of Winter 2018! Presenter: Danielle Bragg, Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
Friday, February 16, 2018
D Center (MGH 024, UW Seattle)Talk title:
Designing an Animated ASL...Read more
Applications are due Feb 15th for the course Rehab Medicine South Africa: Disability in Resource Limited Setting. This class is taught by DS faculty Mark Harniss!
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Academic Term: Early Fall 2018, Aug 1- Sep 28.
‘Trial by Fire’: Forms of Impairment Disclosure & Implications for Disability Identity.
Feb 9, noon, at the D Center.
Presenter: Heather D. Evans
When: Friday, February 9, 2018, 12:00-1:00 pm
Where: MGH 024, UW Seattle (the D Center)