Services for Students with Disabilities


Identities Abroad: Learn about Navigating Your identities When Traveling Abroad

Where: 2435 North Quad

Free Food!

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WHEN: Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019, 4:30-6:00pm Students of Color

Students of Color will share their experiences living, traveling and/or working abroad.  Learn about how their identities impacted their experience, as well as helpful resources to plan your own experience abroad. 

WHEN: Thursday, Feb 21, 2019 5:00-6:30pm Students with Disabilities

Students with disabilities will share their experiences living, traveling and/or working abroad. Learn about how their identities impacted their experience, as well as helpful resources to plan your own experience abroad.

Identities Abroad poster, 2435 North Quad, Feb 6 4:30-6:00pm Students of Color, Feb 21 5:00-6:30pm Students with Disabilities Free Food

MLK Day Special Lecture: "Disability Solidarity: A Requisite for Justice and Liberation"

As we honor the life and work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I invite you to our annual event on January 21 from 4 – 5:30 p.m. in 1225 Jeffries Hall. Talila A. Lewis will deliver our special lecture on “Disability Solidarity: A Requisite for Justice and Liberation.” Following their remarks and opportunity for Q&A, we will hold an informal reception in the Jeffries Lounge.



TEDxUofM Salon: Life with Disability

Our Salon will feature two TED talks and will host a panel of University of Michigan faculty, staff, and students with disabilities and/or who work in the field. They will share their stories with the audience and answer a few of their questions as well during an interactive portion of the night. 

Monday, December 3 

6:00 - 8:00pm

North Quad Room 2435

This event is free and open to the public. We hope you can join us!

Life with Disability - Disability isn't a bad word TEDx UofM Salon Monday, December 3, 6-8PM NQ Room 2435

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