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Disability Services and Student Success is hosting a Webinar Watch Series to broaden campus engagement with this year's AHEAD Spring 2023 Webinar Series.

We are inviting staff and faculty on campus to join us in these exciting opportunities for learning and reflection. We will be hosting Zoom sessions to watch the recordings of the webinars, and holding virtual space for Mount-Holyoke-specific and general discussion(s) at the end of each session.

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  • March 16 | Perspectives on Serving Students with Chronic Illness by Lynn Fuentes, Transformation Teaching
  • March 30 | Neurodiversity, Autism Politics, and Language, a Brief Introduction by John Caldora, University of Kentucky
  • April 13 | Personal Care Attendants and College Students: An Introduction and Guide by Annie Tulkin, Accessible College and L. Scott Lissner, Ohio State University
  • April 27 | “I’m Unlearning!” Applying Reflexivity to Higher Education Disability Services as a Tool for Supporting Students with Intersectional Identities by Morgan Strimel, George Mason University and Jamilah Anderson, George Mason University
  • May 11 | Navigating the Field as a New Disability Resource Professional by Katy Washington, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • May 25 | From COVID 19 to Racial Unrest: Research-Based Best Practices in Responding to Experiences of Trauma by Zachary Lounsbury, Colorado College and Cathy Lounsbury, Antioch University

Spring 2023 Webinar Series description:

"AHEAD (Association on Higher Education and Disability) is excited to offer another series of engaging, thought provoking webinars!

The Spring 2023 Webinar Series was created to address current issues that face AHEAD members at all career stages and at all institution types. AHEAD is welcoming more new and newer professionals than ever before, so we created sessions with early career guidance.

Other spring webinars were designed to provide deeper responses to recurring questions that arise on the AHEAD Community discussion boards and to address ongoing desires for trainings that connect disability identities to other intersectional identities and experiences.

And content experts on particular disability types will offer insight on how professionals at any level can improve institutional responses to particular student needs."

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