Feb 23, 2023, 4:30 pm7:00 pm
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Event Description
This event is both in-person and virtual. If you wish to attend the event virtually, you must register at this link

This symposium, convened by Victor Zhuang, Fung Global Fellow 2022-23, brings together scholars and practitioners to consider the future of technology and disability. What does it mean to build disability inclusive futures with technology? What does research say about technology and how disability is embedded in it? What are the kinds of possibilities that may emerge when disability intersects with technology? And what are the implications for policy and practice?


Meryl Alper | Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Northeastern University

Rua M Williams | Assistant Professor in Computer Graphics and Technology at Purdue University  

Setsuko Yokoyama | Assistant Professor, Singapore University of Technology and Design  
Frank Mondelli | Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellow in Science and Technology Studies, UC Davis 
James Thurston | Accessible Digital Transformation Lead, Atos 

Gerard Goggin | Professor, Media and Communication, University of Sydney    

For more information or to request accommodations for a disability (including CART), please contact Nicole Bergman at: [email protected] [at least one week prior to the event].