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5 Ways Disability Services and Career Services Can Work Together

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College students with disabilities face unique challenges when it comes to finding employment.

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Webinar Recap: Building Bridges Between Student Conduct and Disability Services

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With the rise in young adult mental health challenges and the needs of students with a disability amplified by a global pandemic, institutions across the country are experiencing an increased need for on-campus case and crisis management services.

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Bridging the Gap: The Importance of Integrating Disability Services with Career Services

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According to the World Bank , one billion people, or 15percent of the world's population, experience some form of disability, and persons with disabilities are more likely to experience adverse socioeconomic outcomes such as less education, poorer health outcomes, lower levels of employment, and higher poverty rates.

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Lopez Named Accessibility Services Director at Hudson County Community College

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Lopez holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the College of Staten Island, CUNY, and a master’s in disability services in higher education from the School of Professional Studies at CUNY. She also served as an adjunct lecturer at CUNY, teaching psychology courses.

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Zebadiah Hall Appointed First Full-Time VP for DEI at University of Wyoming

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Zebadiah Hall Hall is currently the director of Cornell University’s Student Disability Services (SDS). Zebadiah Hall will become the University of Wyoming’s (UW) first full-time vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), effective Dec. In this role, Hall will serve as a member of the president’s cabinet.

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How Technology Can Expand Support for Students with a Disability

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With technology, students who self-disclose through a private form to their accessibility or disability services offices, do not have to continuously share what accommodations they need. With Symplicity Accommodate, institutions can ensure that their campuses, whether in person or online, have equal access.

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Inspired by Veteran Grandfather, Therapist Teaches Wellness, Inclusion

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

She is involved in myriad school matters including campus life, international students services, disability services, the Clery Act, and financial aid as well as diversity, equity, and inclusion. As vice president of student affairs, Carter reports directly to CGU President Dr. Len Jessup and the Board of Trustees.