The American Association of People with Disabilities is now accepting applicants for their 2019 Summer Internship Program. Click here or on the image to learn more or apply!
On October 13, Branford House at Avery Point, University of Connecticut will host a conversation about doing diverse scientific research for deaf and autistic community members. Steve Silberman, the neuro-typical author of NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity, will also discuss his work on neurodiversity. Learn more and register at www.cedar.uconn.edu.
Student Activities is hosting a 9-week Online Workshop for undergraduate Student Leaders! Participants will work at their own pace online via HuskyCT, participate in weekly self-improvement activities, have the opportunity to meet with the facilitator team and receive of Certificate of Completion. Interested? Email Monique Golden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut (NFB of CT) is an organization dedicated to creating opportunities for all blind persons. In furtherance of this goal, they have established a scholarship program. Recipients of NFB of CT scholarships need not be members of the National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut. NFB of CT […]
In order to provide students and faculty with the best spaces in which to live and learn, UCONN is undergoing a strategic master plan to construct and improve the campus. Please note that construction may inhibit daily routes and routines, as some areas may be closed in order to facilitate the completion of major construction […]
The Center for Students with Disabilities is proud and excited to welcome Jonathan Mooney, writer and learning activist, to the UConn community on Wednesday, April 4 to close out our 50th anniversary! Jonathan will talk about his journey as an individual with a disability, and his second publication, The Short Bus: A Journey Beyond Normal. […]
You’re Invited to a Business to Higher Education Event “Packaging Your Best You” Network with leading employers, learn about available internship and job opportunities, and hone your career development skills! When: Friday, March 2nd 2018 9am-1pm (a light breakfast will be provided) Where: UMass Medical School, 55 Lake Ave, Worcester MA, Albert Sherman Center Click here […]
Lights! Camera! Access! 2.0 is a resume review, speed interviewing, flash mentoring and networking summit being held in collaboration with ReelAbilities Film Festival in New York City on March 8th, and in Boston on March 21st. The application deadline for the New York City event is February 20th at noon EST, while the application deadline for the […]
Husky Adapted is bringing Steve Serio to campus this Thursday, February 8th from 7:00-8:00pm! Steve Serio is a USA Men’s National Wheelchair Basketball Team gold medalist who also won the ESPY Award for Best Male Athlete with a Disability at the 25th Annual ESPY Awards on ABC! He’s here to share his story and words of […]
The CAREERS & the disABLED Magazine’s Career Expo is coming up on Thursday, April 12, 2018! Fortune 500 companies and government agencies alike will be there looking to recruit new talent. It will be located at Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel on 110 Huntington Avenue in Boston, MA. The event is free to attend, and […]