Career & Tools
How do graduate students navigate access in an already inaccessible world? This conversation on March 2nd will discuss information, tools, and resources for creating intentional and accessible spaces and community engagement. Read on to learn more and RSVP!
Join Gary White, UCSB's Disabled Students Program, Eric Kruger, UCSB's Disabled Students Program, Afiya Browne, UCSB's Multicultural Center, Sam del Castillo, Graduate Division and graduate student, and Shanna Killeen, Disability Justice Initiative, for a conversation about accessibility and intersectional justice. This conversation will discuss information, tools, and resources for creating intentional and accessible spaces and community engagement.
This conversation also aims to help us think through what this moment of remote work means for our communities. How do graduate students navigate access in an already inaccessible world? Our hope is to have an impactful conversation about resources and accessibility as a foundation and not an add on, and to help us imagine how creating accessible spaces benefits us all.
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Time: 4-5 p.m. PST
*RSVP to receive Zoom Link
The GSRC is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities. For information or to request disability accommodation, please email Hannah Lawrence, Assistant Director of Professional Development, directly.