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Education Professor and Acclaimed Technology Researcher named Burton Blatt Institute Fellow

Alan Foley, associate professor of Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation at Syracuse University’s School of Education, has been selected as a fellow at the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse...
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Center on Human Policy to Celebrate 40th anniversary with Research and Advocacy Conference

The Center on Human Policy will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a two-day research and advocacy conference on Nov. 11-12 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, coinciding with Syracuse University’s Orange Central weekend. Alumni,...
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‘Imaging Disability in Film’ series to be presented as part of SYRFILMFEST’11, Oct. 15

As part of the internationally renowned Syracuse International Film Festival (SYRFILMFEST), the Syracuse University Center on Human Policy, Law and Disability Studies will sponsor a series of disability-themed films and discussions on...
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Nottingham Early College High School Students to Visit SU Campus October 12

A group of 75 ninth-graders from Nottingham High School’s Early College High School program will visit the Syracuse University campus on Oct. 12 to motivate and prepare them for the...
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SU student-athlete Jenna Caira to represent Canada in 2011 Pan American Games

Jenna Caira, a physical education major in the School of Education and softball pitcher at Syracuse University, will represent Canada in the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico. The...
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Diane Wiener Appointed Director for new Disability Cultural Center

The Division of Student Affairs has appointed Diane R. Wiener as the first director of SU’s new Disability Cultural Center. Wiener will begin on Oct. 17. “Dr. Wiener is to fill an...
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‘Wretches & Jabberers’ to screen as part of disability-themed Shared First Year Experience, Sept. 19

As part of Syracuse University’s disability-themed Shared First Year Experience, the documentary film “Wretches & Jabberers: And Stories from the Road” will be shown on Monday, Sept. 19, at 7...
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Taishoff Center Hosts PHOTOVOICE Exhibit to Spread Voices of Disabled Community

The Lawrence B. Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education is hosting the photography exhibit “PHOTOVOICE Changing the Image of Disabilities: Reflections and Resolutions,” a national project that gives community groups...
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Eatman Receives International Honors for Promoting Democracy, Civic Engagement in University Life

Timothy K. Eatman, assistant professor in Syracuse University’s School of Education and research director of Imagining America, has been invited to serve as a scholar-in-residence at the University of the Free State...
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Taishoff Center to Host First Leadership Conference for College Students With Disabilities

The Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education at Syracuse University continues to promote leadership opportunities for students with disabilities with its first national conference, “DisAbled & Proud: A Call to Lead,” to...
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