OSU graduate Mayela Delatorre landed her dream job of enhancing diversity and social justice at the Department of Homeland Security
Meet Dakota Train, the new Director of Accessibility Affairs with ASOSU
Psychology Professor Kathleen Bogart studies facial paralysis, having grown up with Moebius, a rare condition causing her own facial paralysis.
Love is Louder, an anti-bullying campaign, is one of many efforts to promote mental health pursued by the OSU chapter of Active Minds
Student workers at DAS share lessons as graduation approaches
OSU student gains more than an education serving students as the ASOSU Director of Accessibility Affairs
Built as a men's co-op in the 1950s, Heckart Lodge is now home to the DAS Testing Center
Art helps Juliana Recio survive Post Polio Syndrome
When Jo Alexander’s son was born deaf, she became an advocate who wouldn’t take no for an answer. She now directs a program to assist students who cannot hear.
Oregon State University is using a new tracking system for specialized items for students, faculty and visitors with disabilities and special needs.
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