<p>This new curriculum from Multicultural Affairs focuses on manifestations of ablelism on campus and beyond, examines the social model of disability and asks participants to consider personal, interpersonal and institutional strategies for creating a more accessible, affirmational, pro-disabled and anti-ableist environment.</p>
<p>This is offered as part of the Identity & Inclusion Series, a set of interactive diversity and inclusion workshops on building a socially conscious community. Each workshop is open to all students, faculty and staff; accessible to a variety of prior engagement levels; and facilitated with warmth by the members of the Multicultural Affairs team. </p>
Registration is required.