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Category Archives: Disability Rights
In the summer of 2011, Cain worked as a teachers’ assistant at Autistic Children’s Activity Program (ACAP) in Portland with kids who have autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
Throughout his life, Forsyth-Korzeniewicz found himself asking questions about identity and the inequalities that result from identity. Consequently, he was always involved with organizations that work with people who have developmental and intellectual disabilities. In high school, Forsyth-Korzeniewicz was a … finish reading Gabriel Forsyth-Korzeniewicz, Economics, Class of 2012
In the summer of 2011, Metzler worked at the Autistic Children’s Advocacy Program (ACAP) in Portland.
In the summer of 2011, Kroll worked at the Autistic Children’s Advocacy Program (ACAP), a non-profit that runs a summer day program for children, teens, and young adults. Kroll also works weekly for Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette as a Patient … finish reading Ashley Kroll, Biology, Class of 2014
In the summer of 2011, Zapetis studied in South Africa on the Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) program and then stayed for a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) about elephant impact in Kruger National Park. More recently, Zapetis was awarded … finish reading Maria Zapetis, Biology, Class of 2012:
Ilyes is the Coordinator for Project Grow, an organization for people of a wide range of mental abilities to engage in conversations and action that advocate for human rights, art, urban farming, and the pursuit of passions. Located in North … finish reading Emese Ilyes, Psychology, Class of 2009, Graduated in 2008