I am a professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and head of the Division of Rehabilitation Counseling and director of the U.W. Center for Technology and Disability Studies. My research interests are focused on maximizing participation for people with disabilities in community and employment. We look at implementation of civil rights, uses of technology and accommodations, and how to measure outcomes. In addition to my work with the Disability Studies program, I am one of the core faculty members in our doctoral program in Rehabilitation Sciences.
Core Courses Taught
DS 433, Disability Law, Policy and the Community
Other Courses Taught
Rehab 516, Medical Aspects of Disability Rehab 520, Seminar (various topics) Rehab 556, Foundations of Rehabilitation Science Rehab 558, Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Rehabilitation Research Rehab 566, Special Topics in Rehabilitation Rehab 600, Independent Study or Research Rehab 800 Doctoral Dissertation