The Disability Studies Committee at Stanford University is proud to present its first annual graduate student conference: Mediations: Disability, Technology, and the Arts, with Elizabeth Ellcessor as the keynote speaker. To know more about the conference or to send in proposals, read this.
To know more about Stanford faculty pursuing disability-related research, read this.
Stanford University actively promotes disability-related research and incorporation of disability into curricula across campus. The university disability community organizes community-engaged service across the spectrum of disability, including advocacy, culture, education, health promotion, history, policy and technology. We aim to advance the lives of people with disabilities and their families around the world. If you are involved in disability-related research groups, or would like to initiate one, please contact the Community Support Committee to add your resources to this site.