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University of Oregon Diversity Resources
- The Early Childhood Research Institute on Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS)
- AUCD Cultural Competency & Inclusion Resources
- The Accessible Education Center
- Division of Equity and Inclusion
- The Diversity Excellence Scholarship (DES)
- UOut (LGBTQIA community)
- UO center for Native American Students
- ASUO Women’s Center
Varied perspectives on how to confront business challenges and how the benefits of taking steps to ensure people with disabilities are represented in their workforce.
Multi Potential-ite Is this you? Emilie Wapnick describes the kind of people she calls “multi-potentialites.”
Autism is often thought of as a childhood condition, very little research has focused on adults.
I figured if my story could change a person’s mind about another person, or especially a child’s mind about another child, then it was the right thing to do.
Mair had never told most of his classmates he has Asperger’s, or that he received social therapy treatment when he was younger.
Be informed – Transition, services, planning information.
Students with disabilities often find it daunting to contemplate their next steps after high school. See Next Steps Live After Special Ed.
The Life Stories: Wider Worlds seminar is part of a trailblazing new project, the Disability Studies Initiative. The program attacks the stigma associated with people with disabilities and helps students explore an issue that is complex and often misunderstood. The initiative also educates students about disability-related careers in design, medicine, human services, and other professions.