S.02, Ep.10: Intersectionality, UDL, and Communities of Belonging in Higher Ed
On this episode, we welcome Zebadiah Hall to the podcast. Zebadiah is the first Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the University of Wyoming, and he has a long career in the field of disability services in higher education. He was previously the Director of Student Disability Services at Cornell University, where he was a champion for integrating Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles into the work of the disability services office. Our conversation focuses on how we can celebrate the intersectionality and variability learners bring into our learning environments and through the application of UDL along with accommodations when they are needed, create communities of belonging for all learners.
Zebadiah Hall, Vice President of Diversity Equity and Inclusion, University of Wyoming
- Coordinating Higher Education Systems for Accessibility
- UDL on Campus
- Kimberlé Crenshaw: What is intersectionality?
- Claude Steele on Stereotype Threat
- Related episode: S.02, Ep.06: Digital Accessibility at Virginia Tech
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