Disability as Diversity in Higher Education: Policies and Practices to Enhance Student Success

Disability as Diversity in Higher Education: Policies and Practices to Enhance Student Success

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138186187
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 02/14/2017
Edition description: Student
Pages: 262
Sales rank: 740,184
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Eunyoung Kim is Associate Professor in the Department of Education Leadership, Management, and Policy at Seton Hall University, USA.

Katherine C. Aquino is Adjunct Professor and Program Specialist for Accreditation and Assessment at New Jersey City University, USA.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Preface

PART I: THEORETICAL LENSES AND APPLICATION

1 Supporting Students with Non-disclosed Disabilities: A Collective and Humanizing Approach

Christina Yuknis and Eric R. Bernstein

2 A Different Diversity? Challenging the Exclusion of Disability Studies from Higher Education Research and Practice

Lauren Shallish

3 Queering Disability in Higher Education: Views from the Intersections

Ryan A. Miller, Richmond D. Wynn, and Kristine W. Webb

PART II: COLLEGE EXPERIENCES OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

4 "Does Disability Matter?": Students’ Satisfaction with College Experiences

Katherine C. Aquino, Taghreed A. Alhaddab, and Eunyoung Kim

5 Engaging Disability: Trajectories of Involvement for College Students with Disabilities

Ezekiel Kimball, Rachel E. Friedensen, and Elton Silva

6 College Students with Learning Disabilities: An At-Risk Population Absent from the Conversation of Diversity

Wanda Hadley and D. Eric Archer

7 Re(examining) Students’ Notion of Intersectionality through a Spatial Lens

Holly Pearson and Michelle Samura

PART III: PERSPECTIVES OF FACULTY AND HIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION

8 Faculty and Administrator Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Disability

Allison R. Lombardi and Adam R. Lalor

9 Working it Backward: Student Success through Faculty Professional Development

Cali Anicha, Chris Ray, and Canan Bilen-Green

10 "It’s a Very Deep, Layered Topic": Student Affairs Professionals on the Marginality and Intersectionality of Disability

Annemarie Vaccaro and Ezekiel Kimball

11 Tools for Moving the Institutional Iceberg: Policies and Practices for Students with Disabilities

Jacalyn Griffen and Tenisha Tevis

PART IV: INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAMS AND INITIATIVES

12 Disability, Diversity, and Higher Education: A Critical Study of California State University’s Websites

Susan L. Gabel, Denise P. Reid, and Holly Pearson

13 Encountering Institutional Barriers and Resistance: Disability Discomfort on One Campus

Heather Albanesi and Emily A. Nusbaum

14 Access Ryerson: Promoting Disability as Diversity

Denise O’Neil Green, Heather Willis, Matthew D. Green, and Sarah Beckman

15 Thinking and Practicing Differently: Changing the Narrative around Disability on College Campuses

Sue Kroeger and Amanda Kraus

About the Contributors

Index

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