If you are a college student that identifies as having a learning disability (LD) or ADHD, you could be the difference in the life of a younger student who also has an LD/ADHD.
Finding few resources to support a blind student studying geosciences, a professor at the University of Kentucky found a way to create a library of tactile graphics so that others might make their classes more
Diversity and inclusion mean so much more than race and gender. Learn more about the event Thursday April 8th.
Help wanted for Catalyst, a National Award-Winning STEM Program for High School Students with Disabilities to succeed in STEM Careers. More Information about the Program:https://sciencehouse.ncsu.edu/studentprograms/catalyst/ Location: Science House on Centennial Campus, NC State University and
Students, be on the lookout for your invitation to complete the The First Term Survey. It gives DASA valuable data to best support student success. Click here to learn more.
The ABF’s centennial celebration continues March 4 with the Art of Inclusion concert and gala, featuring a star-studded cast of artists and leaders committed to equity and inclusion! Click to register for this free event!
NC State University Libraries provides a platform for campus members to critically engage with tropes and stereotypes about gamers and video game characters which contributes to the larger conversation about disability representation within the gaming