News Archive

  • Yue Xu named Schweitzer Fellow

    Disability Studies doctoral student to create an educational program for Chinese immigrant caregivers of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities

  • Enhancing public knowledge of disability studies

    Lennard Davis receives the 2017 UIC Distinguished Scholar of the Year Award for his leadership in the field of disability studies

  • Sandra Sufian receives National Endowment for the Humanities grant

    DHD professor wins grant for the creation of health humanities portraits as case studies

  • Carrie Sandahl shares expertise to make museums accessible for all

    Sandahl member of team attributed with the development of the Museum Accessibility Toolkit developed by UIC alumna, Courtney Sass

  • Life hack

    For more than 25 years, the Assistive Technology Unit has maximized individual independence through person-centered therapy, design and engineering

  • First in class

    The first AHS bachelor’s degrees are awarded in two new undergraduate programs: rehabilitation sciences, and disability and human development

  • Supporting refugees with disabilities

    Helping link refugees who have disabilities with job and entrepreneurship opportunities

  • Expanding independence

    The Assistive Technology Unit's cutting edge technology expands independence of undeserved individuals with developmental disabilities