PULLMAN, Wash. – The Access Center, which provides accommodations for disabled and other students at Washington State University, will host a film, information tables and comic speaker this month to raise disability awareness.
By C. Brandon Chapman, College of Education PULLMAN, Wash. – A clinical assistant professor of special education has won an award for his research predicting what will or won’t help young adults with disabilities to find jobs.
PULLMAN — Designed to raise awareness and promote diversity education, the Tunnel of Oppression is an interactive learning experience for all WSU members. The 2009 Tunnel of Oppression will be in McCroskey Hall, Feb. 2-4, from 3-8 p.m. This year, attendees will be given the opportunity to gain knowledge on topics such as Veteran’s […]
The year 1990 means two things to Marshall Mitchell. It is the year he began working at Washington State University, as well as the year the Americans with Disabilities Act — the first comprehensive civil rights law for people with disabilities — was passed. Mitchell, the university’s ADA compliance officer, works to ensure that facilities […]
A national study published in the July issue of “The American Journal of Public Health” suggests that 1.3 million adults with disabilities do not take their medications as prescribed because they cannot afford to do so, and more than half report resulting health problems. Principal investigator Jae Kennedy, assistant professor in the Department of Health […]