Advocacy Training Series with DIRECT Center for Independence
Learn about the Disability Rights Movement and how we can organize to make positive change in our community!
*Celebrating our History, Creating Our Future –Learn about
the Disability Rights Movement’s past, present, and potential
** Wednesday, March 9 or Thursday, March 10
We want YOUR voice to be heard, but we need your help!
On Monday, February 29th from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., several faculty members will be at the DRC to speak to students to gain a better understanding of the challenges facing minority and diversity groups on campus. This is part of a “Listening Tour” the UA Faculty Senate launched last semester in response to increased concerns on college campuses across the country around discrimination, diversity, etc.
Environmental Health Sciences Transformative Research Undergraduate Experience Summer 2016
Join us for a Conversation with Corbett O'Toole
4:00 PM, Wednesday, January 20th, 2016
Disability Resources – B307, Highland Commons Building
Please join us for a conversation and book reading by noted activist, scholar, and author Corbett O’Toole. This conversation will feature stories and excerpts from Corbett’s recently published work Fading Scars: My Queer Disability History.
During winter session, your course instructor(s) will be implementing the reasonable accommodations you request. Please be aware of the following:
You are about to complete the DRC Accommodation Request form. The information you provide and accommodation requests made, will be reviewed for the following semester – Summer/Fall 2016. You will be contacted by DRC staff to discuss Summer/Fall requests shortly. Accommodation requests for testing (including final exams) are unable to be processed for the current semester.
Other accommodation requests will be reviewed and you will be contacted by DRC staff as soon as possible to discuss as appropriate.