For most people familiar with the process of seeking accommodations through institutional channels, we know that there is often a disconnect between following the letter of the law and maximizing the learning experience for everyone involved. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires us to provide reasonable accommodations for students and workers with disabilities. When is it not enough? What can universities do better? This discussion will bring together scholars, students, and advocates to discuss the particulars of succeeding as a student, teacher, and researcher while disabled.
Cynthia Wu, email@example.com
The conference is free and open to the public with advance registration via the link below.
Susan Mann Dolce, Accessibility Resources, University at Buffalo
Kimberly Elmore, National Center for College Students with Disabilities
Kelly Gaskin, American Studies, University at Buffalo
Martha Mock, Education, University of Rochester
Margaret Price, English, Ohio State University
Michael Rembis, History, University at Buffalo
Joseph Valente, English, University at Buffalo
Renee Zimmerman, Young Adult Life Transitions