Disability impacts all people regardless of race, ethnicity, culture, religion or gender. Join us for a lunchtime presentation about ASU’s Disability Resource Center, the number of students in the Fulton Schools of Engineering that identify on the autism spectrum, and how faculty and staff can create a more accessible environment for students with disabilities.

Engage in Cultural Competency Learning!

Tuesday, June 23, 2015
11:30 am–1 pm
Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 1 (ISTB1) 227, Tempe campus [map]
Lunch will be provided.
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Questions?  Contact Jade Silva, Undergraduate Student Engagement coordinator senior, at jade.silva@asu.edu.

Hosted by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering as part of the Diversity & Inclusion Lunch Series to inform, celebrate and understanding the diverse population that is at ASU.  This session will feature the Disability Resource Center: Accessibility & Thriving on a College Campus.

About ASU’s Disability Resource Center
The Disability Resource Center provides services to qualified students with disabilities on all ASU campuses. For convenience, students will find offices located at the Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic, Tempe and West campuses. The DRC staff support an environment in which the diversity and variety of human experiences are respected and appreciated. They recognize and value the unique history of each student and are committed to meeting the needs and providing a safe and welcoming atmosphere sensitive to the needs of all students.

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