Exploring the Historical Roots of Disability Studies in Education
Like the area of inquiry on which it is based – Disability Studies – Disability Studies in Education existed before it had a name. That is to say, the key themes underlying Disability Studies in Education can be traced back
Both Master’s and doctoral students are prepared to play leadership roles in the field of disability. For master’s students, future careers include administrative and policy positions in community service agencies, advocacy organizations, independent living centers, parent centers, planning councils, and government agencies. Doctoral students are prepared
Since the early 1970s, Syracuse University programs and centers have been involved in a broad range of research, training, and advocacy efforts in the area of disability. Faculty and students in the School of Education have examined media portrayals and cultural stereotypes of people with disabilities, institutional abuse, the social
When: Saturday, March 28th, 1-4 pm
Where: Flanagan Gym, SU Main Campus.
What: Experience Relays, Sled Hockey, Wheelchair Basketball, Power Soccer, and more! Engage
This annual symposium provides participants with the opportunity to engage in a broad array of reflective discussions about the representations of disability that exist “beneath