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Category: Center on Disability and Inclusion

Through Intelligence++, Domenic Gallo ’24 Reimagines Augmentative and Alternative Communication Tech to Empower Individuals with Speech Disabilities

“I have always been drawn to creative problems, yet I have always solved those problems in technical ways. I am very left-brained. But people need to know being left-brained can...
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Rev. Terrance Antwon King: Breaking Down Barriers with Inclusive Education

At her confirmation hearing, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson spoke about perseverance—a theme that resonates with the Rev. Terrance Antwon King, a graduate student passionate about working with...
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Sara Jo Soldovieri ’18, G’19 Contributes to “Forget Me Not: Inclusion in the Classroom” Documentary

Disability advocate and Syracuse University School of Education doctoral student Sara Jo Soldovieri ’18, G’19, has contributed to a new, award-winning documentary that follows a couple’s journey as they look...
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Taishoff Center to Host State of the Art Conference, Exploring the Next Frontier of Inclusive Higher Education

The Lawrence B. Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education—part of the Syracuse University School of Education Center on Disability and Inclusion—will host the State of the Art (SOTA) Conference on...
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Sara Jo Soldovieri ’18, G’19 in Conversation on Improving Education and Employment for People With Disabilities

(Creative Spirit | Sept. 8, 2022) Education is a fundamental right, not a privilege, and no one should be left behind, especially not the millions of young adults with disabilities,...
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Professor Julia White Awarded US Department of Education Grant to Help Recruit Diverse Special Education Teachers and School Counselors for High Needs Schools

Julia M. White, Associate Professor in the School of Education’s (SOE) Department of Teaching and Leadership and Director of the Atrocity Studies and the Practices of Social Justice minor, has...
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InclusiveU Student Meg Wilkie’s Infectious Passion for Running Inspires Community

Meg Wilkie ’24 has a passion for running and a big dream: to run a marathon in all 50 states. Since she started racing in 2012, she has completed 28...
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Hoping to Eliminate Barriers to Education, InclusiveU Goes to Washington, DC

On any given day, members of Congress and their staff can hold dozens of meetings with concerned citizens and interest groups looking to advocate on behalf of a particular issue....
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Professor Beth Ferri Co-Edits Special DisCrit Issue of Teachers College Record

School of Education Associate Dean for Research Beth Ferri has co-edited a special issue of Teachers College Record (TCR) on Disability Critical Race Theory (DisCrit), along with her colleagues Professor...
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SOE’s Disability and Popular Culture Among SU’s “15 Classes You Should Take”

Looking for fun, one-of-a-kind learning opportunities at Syracuse University? The School of Education’s Disability and Popular Culture course is one of “15 Classes You Should Take” at SU—others range from...
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