Three student panelists share a stage to discuss their experiences at Binghamton University. Photo by Caspar Carson | Pipe Dream
Three student panelists share a stage to discuss their experiences at Binghamton University. Photo by Caspar Carson | Pipe Dream

SSD organizes ‘Experiences of Disabled Students’ panel

Part of their "Reframing Disability Week," Services for Students with Disabilities works to provide, educate and advocate for disabled students on campus.


This past Wednesday in the Binghamton University Union, a collective of disabled students participated in a panel to discuss their experiences at the University.

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) invited three student panelists to share observations about their time at BU and describe how SSD has helped them socially and academically. The event was held as part of a series of events known as “Reframing Disability Week.” Other events included the “Dos and Donuts” of Access QR Codes — which demonstrated QR codes that can be used to report accessible doors that are out of order — and Pop Up Tactile Art Images, which featured 3-D and tactile paintings of the “Mona Lisa” and “The Scream” with lights, braille and audio descriptions. Read more…


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