Understanding neurodiversity through an equity lens

  • May 18, 2022 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Virtual Event
  • Event Host: TEP, Campus partners
  • Event Type: Panel
  • Teaching Pillar: Inclusive, Engaged, Research-Informed

This listening and learning session will provide DIA faculty or others whose courses center on questions of power, equity and intersectionality with an introduction to key concepts and practices for supporting neurodiverse student communities and understanding the particular challenges of neurodiversity among BIPOC, first gen and LGBTQIA students.

The session will be hosted by Provost Teaching Fellow Dr. Alison Gash, and informed by the expertise of Dr. Geovanna Rodriguez (Assistant Professor in the College of Education in School Psychology) and scholar-students Spencer Brower and Alex Newson.

Join via Zoom