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Mission Statement

The President's Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Advisory Committee is committed to help make Stony Brook University a more inclusive campus that is free of discrimination, barriers and bias towards individuals with disabilities.

The committee will: a) provide feedback and recommendations related to the ADA and physical accessibility; & b) assess, educate and promote awareness in the SBU community on issues of inclusion, equal opportunity and accessibility.

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Events

Education & Exploration:
Learning Today & a Path for Tomorrow

The President's ADA Advisory Committee will host its first-ever colloquium, "Education & Exploration: Learning Today & a Path for Tomorrow," on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 in the Wang Center.

The day will feature keynote speaker Jeanne Kincaid, a nationally known disability lawyer and consultant. She will discuss foundational accessibility principles and the changing landscape of disability. Participants will also have the opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogue and learn about on-campus resources that support faculty and students.

This event is open to Stony Brook University faculty, staff, and students at no charge. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Advance registration is required and seats are limited. To register, please visit: www.stonybrook.edu/adaday.

Resources

Stony Brook University has a number of resources available to provide for a more inclusive campus that is free of discrimination, barriers and bias towards individuals with disabilities.

On Campus Resources

Off Campus Resources

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