Sav Schlauderaff

Access Consultant

Sav Schlauderaff

Access Consultant

Sav (they/them) is a queer, trans, disabled PhD student in Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Arizona. Their research in critical disability studies centers chronic illnesses, (embodied/felt) memory, pain, trauma and self care/community care for the body, mind and spirit. Sav combines their academic training in genetics, molecular biology and gender studies with poetry, autobiography, current research in molecular biology and genetics, and theoretical work in their writing. 

Outside of research, they are currently the Graduate Assistant at the Disability Cultural Center and work at the LGBTQ+ Resource Center at the University as a Safe Zone facilitator. Sav is also a member of the Disability Studies Initiative at the University and a co-founder of "The Queer Futures Collective" where they create accessible, educational and healing workshops and performances (in person and online) that focus on listening, vulnerability, learning through art and collective community care. 

Student Access and Accommodations
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Sav Schlauderaff