Various people with posters and presentations in a collage

Center for Disabilities Studies’ scholars and staff, and University of Delaware students connected to the Center, regularly deliver presentations and present posters to audiences throughout Delaware, regionally, nationally and internationally. Their talks and displays give academicians, practitioners and the community opportunities to learn first-hand about original research from CDS, and CDS’s leadership on issues of importance to people with disabilities and their families.

 

See a listing of our posters and presentations below.

2019

  • Brown, A. & Newton, E. (2019, March). A Future Filled With UDL: One Middle School’s Vision. Presentation delivered at the Universal Design for Learning Implementation and Research Network 2019 International Summit, Orlando, FL.

  • Conway, M. & Newton, E. (2019, February). A Team-Based Approach to Communication. Presentation delivered at the Assistive Technology Industry Association Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

  • Davis, A., Sherman, C., Powers, B. & Freedman, B. (2019, April). Expanding Autism Spectrum Disorder Assessment Services to an Early Intervention System. Poster presented at the Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

  • Freedman, B. & Garton, W. (2019, May). The impact of an inclusive pre-college program on preparation for higher education for students with ASD. Poster presented at the International Society for Autism Research 2019 Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

  • Freedman, B. & Folk, E. (2019, May). Building Strong Partnerships with State Agencies – How to Fit Round Pegs into Square Holes. Presentation delivered at the Southeastern Postsecondary Education Association Annual Conference, Charleston, SC.

  • Freedman, B., Jenks, A., Larkin, S., Edwards, A. & Clancy, M. (2019, May). Reimagining Graduate School to be Disability Friendly: Supporting Graduate School Success for Students with Disabilities. Panel facilitated at the 2019 Workshop and Lecture Series – Diversity in Biomedical Research Graduate Programs, Newark, DE.

  • Hearn, S. (2019, May). Improving school climate: Research based strategies to get the job done. Poster presented at the New England Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Leadership Forum, Groton, CT.

  • Kendall, N. & Boyer, D. (2019, May). Adopt Prevent-Teach-Reinforce: Tips, tricks and tools from the field. Presentation delivered at the New England Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Leadership Forum, Groton, CT.

  • Pell, M. (2019, May). On the same page: Navigating the integration of trauma informed practices within the PBIS framework. Poster presented at the New England Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Leadership Forum, Groton, CT.

  • Pell, M. & Carroll, D. (2019, February). Growing the good: Strategies for integrating trauma-informed practices within the PBIS framework. Presentation delivered at the 16th International Conference of the Association for Positive Behavior Support, Washington, D.C.

  • Pell, M., Voshell, C. & Miller, M. (2019, May). Defusing high school student fights through Tier 1 and 2 innovations. Presentation delivered at the New England Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Leadership Forum, Groton, CT.