The event recognized a staff member, student, faculty member, student group and campus organization.
ESAs raise ethical and legal questions for clinical psychologists and their clients.
The UbiDuo “is a great first step.”
Instead of ignoring the lack of accessibility for people with physical disabilities in Greektown, chapters need to start discussing how to best fix this issue.
RJ Mitte spoke Wednesday night in Missouri Theater.
The tour will start on Lowry Mall and travel to locations such as Ellis Library and Middlebush Hall.
Sight Club, one of the organizations, aims to increase blind and visually impaired student enrollment.
The group sought feedback regarding which issues it should advocate.
The group is attempting to make the school more accessible for students with disabilities.
The changes were a result of the 2008 amendment to the ADA.
Organizers hope the event will continue on an annual basis.
Organizers hope to change the public view of disabilities.