April 27, 2021 6:30 PM to 7:30 PMUptown Campus
Please join us for a student lead discussion around ability/disability, intersecting identities, and creating accessible and inclusive environments for all members of the Tulane community. We will discuss ideas and plans for how to utilize programming, workshops and initiatives to continue efforts toward improving inclusivity and equity for all Tulane students.
We welcome perspectives from students, alumni, faculty, local New Orleans leaders, and the general public.
Also, Ashley Volion will be in attendance. She works as a policy team member at Disability Right Louisiana and holds a PhD in disability studies.
This event is hosted by the Goldman Center for Student Accessibility, in collaboration with Tulane's Center for Academic Equity, Center for Public Service, and The Carolyn Barber-Pierre Center for Intercultural Life.
**The first 50 students to register will receive a link to order a Chipotle meal - courtesy of the Goldman Center for Student Accessibility. Students must RSVP by Saturday April 24th to be eligible for an order. The order form will come in a separate email shortly after.