The Beverly J. Waterman scholarship is available to full-time undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and are Deaf or hard of hearing. Three $1,000 scholarships will be awarded.
SDAG's upcoming meeting is Wednesday February 10th. The meeting will take place at 6 PM in the SORC Room (4th floor of Michigan Union).
Please join us as we work together to create new ways to both celebrate disability, and empower the disabled community here on campus.
Want to learn more practical skills around your sexuality? Interested in sexual health research? Ever wonder how sex and sexuality affect this campus and its members? Sexpertise 2016 is for you!
Sexpertise is a three-day conference on February 9, 10, and 11. It engages students, faculty, and community practitioners in lea
Southwest Research Institute currently has several internship positions and one they are looking to fill immediately. The job summary is below. To apply a student needs to fill out the application.
Develop and maintain web and Windows applications for the Financial Data Systems Section. Participate in all phases of the software development process (requirements definition, design, implementation, testing, and documenting), while developing business software solutions that are used by SwRI staff.
The Career Link Mentoring Program is an exclusive, no-cost opportunity for a maximum of 75 college students and recent graduates with disabilities ready to jump-start their professional career. Once selected, each mentee is paired with an industry leading professional who shares common career interests for six months of one-on-one mentoring experiences.
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The Office of the Secretary of Defense’s (OSD) Office of Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity (ODMEO) has asked RAND, a nonprofit research organization, to conduct a study on representation of persons with targeted disabilities (PWTD) in the Department of Defense (DoD) civilian workforce.
Please contact Kimberly Hall (Kimberly@rand.org) if you are interested in providing input to the study. Kimberly is happy to schedule a convenient time to speak by phone or welcomes your thoughts/comments via email.
Come and join a UMInDS artist gathering on Thursday, January 28th, 1pm, to find out about the work of two visual artists: Molly Dierks (who received her MFA in Art and Design at Michigan, and now works in Detroit), and Gwynneth Van Laven, who is new to our community. Both articulate disability issues in their arts practice.
Join us in Angell Hall 3222 the big room on the third floor of Angell Hall on State Street, just by the elevators.
Everybody is welcome.
Join us for the 3rd annual SpeakABLE event to raise awareness for disabilities on campus.
Thursday, January 28th, Henderson Room at Michigan League, 6:30pm
Navigating the 780-square acre campus by foot is already difficult enough for the able-bodied individual. For physically disabled students, or 5.7 percent of the student body, the neglect to shovel makes ramps slick, entries circuitous and commutes more dangerous.
As I trudged 20 minutes from my home on South Campus to the Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) office in Haven Hall, I was already in a position of privilege with a body I take for granted.
Our office provides Modern Language Aptitude Test (MLAT) testing twice during the fall/winter semester and once during the spring/summer semester.