PUBLIC EVENTS AT THE
2013 MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES ON ACCESS, INCLUSION & DISABILITY
The Ken Campbell Memorial Lecture on Disability Policy
FORTY YEARS AFTER SECTION 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT
Impact on Higher Education
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 10:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Free & Open to the Public
Room 140 Pfahl Hall
Presented by Laura Rothstein , Professor and Distinguished University Scholar
Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville
Ethel Louise Armstrong Lecture on Disability Art & Culture
Don’t Call Me Inspirational
Presented by Harilyn Rousso , disability activist, feminist, psychotherapist, writer and painter
Student Perspectives Ethel Louise Armstrong Student Poster Competition
4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Free & Open to the Public
Blackwell Hotel Ballrooms
Link to the full program & registration: Multiple Perspectives 2013 Intersections & Independence April 16-17
Concurrent sessions April 16-1 2013, Multiple Perspectives On Access, Inclusion & Disability
Disability History of the United States. Dr. Kim Nielsen, Professor, Disability Studies, University of Toledo .
Disability (Outsider) Art. Brenda Jo Brueggemann, PhD., Professor, English & Disability Studies, The Ohio State University and Victor M. Espinosa, PhD, Lecturer, Sociology, The Ohio State University. Two 45 minute presentations.
Art School Confidential: When Rhetoric Meets Tourette’s, Autism, and Bipolar Disorder. Wendy L. Chrisman, Ph.D. Faculty, Columbus College of Art & Design. Panel Participants: Skylar Bridges, Jean Paul Senior, and Kyle Boganwright, all students from Columbus College of Art & Design.
White Guilt and GuiltAbility in Alice Walker’s Meridian. Tiffany M. B. Anderson, PhD, Youngstown State University.
Understand Our Complexities, but See Our Potential: Inclusive Post-Secondary Education. Heidi Brett Mendez, M.Ed., Director of the Transition and Access Program, Adjunct Professor and Doctoral Student, CECH-Division of Special Education and Diane Clouse, M.Ed. Graduate Assistant, Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Student University of Cincinnati.
Constructing Disability As An Identity: A Study of Indian Adolescents. Sandhya Limaye, Ph.D., Fulbright Fellow, University at Buffalo (2012-13), Center for Disability Study, University at Buffalo and Associate Professor and Chairperson, Center for Disability Studies and Action, School of Social Work, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India.
Exclusion through Inclusion: The Status and Future of American Sign Language. Austin Kocher, ASL Interpreter, PhD Student The Department of Geography, The Ohio State University, and Marla Berkowitz, MA, CDI, ASLTA Certified, Senior Lecturer of American Sign Language Program, Foreign Language Center, The Ohio State University.
Top Ten Micro-Inequities: The Barriers to Inclusion. Natalie Holder-Winfield, Esq., QUEST Diversity.
Exploring Retaliation Within and Without Disability: Strategies for Advocates. Jota Borgmann, Senior Staff Attorney, MFY Legal Services, Inc.
Promoting the Identity of the Disabled through College Brochures. Mr. Arish Jamil, Undergraduate, Class of 2014, Emory College and Ms. Linda A. Sheldon, Manager, Accessibility Design & Construction, Emory University.
Domestic and Sexual Violence: The Impact on Individuals with Disabilities. Tonia Lake, Training and Technical Assistance Director, Ohio Domestic Violence Network; Becky Perkins, Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence; and Stephanie Smith Bowman, CHOICES.
Disability Service Provision in Higher Ed: Beyond UDL – Critical theory vs. mainstreaming. Frederic Fovet, Director, Office for Students with Disabilities, McGill University.
Access to Higher Education: A review of current issues in access to higher education. Staff, Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.
Educational Outcomes for Undergraduate Students with Disabilities: A Retrospective Cohort Study. Danielle Ruderman, Graduate Assistant Counselor, Office for Disability Services, The Ohio State University
Adult Autism: Advocacy and Support. Thomas Fish, Ph.D., LISW-S, Director of Social Work and Family Support, The Ohio State University Nisonger Center, Cortney Drake.
Municipal Housing Policies and Zoning Practices Harm People with Disabilities in Ohio. John Zimmerman, VP and Jim McCarthy, Pres./CEO, Miami Valley Fair Housing Center, Inc.; Marti Goetz, General Manager, Miami Valley In-Ovations, Inc.; William Johnson, Retired - part-time Management and Development Consultant - Former Administrator for Jefferson Township; and Greg Kramer, Asst. Director, Access Center for Independent Living, Dayton, OH.
Access to Education, Housing and Employment: A Practical Overview of Your Rights. Staff & Board Members, Center for Disability Empowerment.
Veterans and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Michele Crew, Outreach and Training Coordinator, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Putting the pieces together: Disability, Employment and Independence . Lisa Meeks, Case Western Reserve University.
You Can Ask Your BFF Anything; but Not During a Job Interview! Doug Goeppner, MSW, LSW, ADA Coordinator, University of Southern Indiana.
Organize Your Life With Accessible iOS Apps. Nolan Crabb, Assistive Technology Director, ADA Coordinator's Office, The Ohio State University and James R. Westmoreland, Mobile Applications Programmer.
Technology for Individuals with Special Needs: A hands-on experience with the iPad. Julie Lowe, Program Director of Early Intervention and Recreational Services, Hattie Larlham Center for Children with Disabilities and Ashley Robinson, Program Coordinator, Hattie Larlham Center for Children with Disabilities .
Conference Fees Through the generous subsidy of our sponsors & the Ethel Louise Armstrong Foundation Endowment Fund, the conference fee of $565 has been reduced to the following:
General Public: $60 per day with lunch
OSU Student attending sessions only = Free
OSU Student attending sessions & lunch: $5 per day
OSU Faculty & Staff: $30
OH AHEAD Members and Government Employees within the State of Ohio: $45 per day
The Ethel Louise Armstrong Foundation
Columbus Advisory Council on Disability Issues
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, The Ohio State University
The Office For Disability Services, The Ohio State University
The Disability Studies Program, The Ohio State University
Diversity and Identity Studies Collective, The Ohio State University
L. Scott Lissner, Ohio State University ADA Coordinator , Office Of Diversity And Inclusion
Associate, John Glenn School of Public Affairs
Lecturer, Knowlton School of Architecture, Moritz College of Law & Disability Studies
President, Association on Higher Education And Disability
Appointed, Ohio Governor's Council For People With Disabilities, State HAVA Committee & Columbus Advisory Council on Disability Issues
614-292-6207 (voice) 614-688-8605 (TTY) ; Lissner.email@example.com http://ada.osu.edu
281 W. Lane Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, 43214
Multiple Perspectives 2013 Intersections & Independence April 16-17