AHEAD 2018 - Association on Higher Education and Disability

  • Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Jul 16 - 21, 2018
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AHEAD annual international conference is its hallmark event. The conference draws approximately 1,500 participants from around the world for a week of extraordinary professional development and networking. Presenters and participants come from diverse fields, including education, technology, law, scholarship, and government, but share a common interest in fostering equitable higher education experiences for disabled individuals.

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About AHEAD:

Since 1977, AHEAD has offered an unparalleled member experience to disability resource professionals, student affairs personnel, ADA coordinators, diversity officers, AT/IT staff, faculty and other instructional personnel, and colleagues who are invested in creating welcoming higher education experiences for disabled individuals.

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Keynote Speakers

Margaret Price

Ph.D., The Ohio State University

In AHEAD's opening plenary, Margaret Price draws upon 10 years of research to consider ways that mental health is included—and not included—in higher-education settings including classrooms, meeting spaces, and extracurricular activities. Price argues that “including” students (as well as employees) with mental health histories in higher education will mean more than simply offering extra supports. Instead, it will mean rethinking many of the structures and texts that we’ve come to rely upon in higher education, so that we are not merely including those with mental-health disabilities, but consistently expecting them. Price offers a means to this rethinking through her theories of “kairotic space” and “crip spacetime,” and also offers practical suggestions for how to implement those theories in the everyday life of higher education teaching and administration.

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AHEAD 2016 - Association on Higher Education and Disability Indianapolis Indiana - - Jul 11, 2016
AHEAD 2015 - Association on Higher Education and Disability St. Paul Minnesota - - Jul 13, 2015
AHEAD 2014 - Association on Higher Education and Disability Conference Sacramento California - - Jul 14, 2014
AHEAD 2013 - Association on Higher Education and Disability Conference Baltimore Maryland - - Jul 08, 2013
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