Learning and Academics: Programs
Programs and resources which offer course study, technical assistance and training about and for people with disabilities and the culture of disability, inclusive education and leadership.
- College of Direct Support
Online curriculum designed for those who support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Deconstructing Racism and Ableism in the School-to-Prison Pipeline
Innovative intervention and community training project brings awareness to and addresses the reality that race and disability are salient factors in the continuation of the school-to-prison pipeline.
- Disability Studies at Temple University
An interdisciplinary collaboration offering accredited programs, mini-series lectures, performances, symposia and more, Disability Studies at Temple is inclusive programming with great diversity in both scholars and students.
- Disability Studies Graduate Certificate Program
An interdisciplinary approach to exploring disability from cultural, historical and sociopolitical perspectives.
- Graduate Student Assistantships
Twenty hours per week paid, practical learning experience for full-time current graduate students at Temple University.
- Interdisciplinary Faculty Council at Temple University
Fostering collaboration across Temple University on disability-related projects including research, teaching, programming, publication, and grant-seeking.
- Leadership & Career Studies
A four-year certificate program providing young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities an authentic college experience while developing academic abilities, career aspirations, work skills, and self-determination at Temple University.
- The Mini Course Lecture Series on Disabilities
Several times each year, the program hosts guest speakers and lecturers – experts in a wide variety of fields, including Disability Studies, Assistive Technology, Leadership Development, and Social Policy.
- Visionary Voices Interviews | Visionary Voices Archives
History of the Intellectual Disability Movement in Pennsylvania includes interviews with leaders and a collection of archival documents.