Advanced Seminar in Disability Studies (DIS 687)
Taught by Megan A. Conway, Ph.D., Center on Disability Studies, University
of Hawaii at Manoa
A synchronous, online seminar offering in-depth explorations of compelling
topics related to the social, political, and economic integration of
individuals with disabilities and related academic disciplines. The course
includes instructor and guest lectures on disability studies topics, and
the opportunity for students to work with a faculty mentor to develop a
class session on a topic of their choosing. This is an elective course in
the five class sequence for a graduate, interdisciplinary Certificate in
Disability and Diversity Studies. The course is open to both current UH
Manoa graduate level students and individuals outside of the university who
hold at least a Bachelor’s Degree.
DIS 687 is a three unit, graduate level course. The cost of the course is
approximately $1300 but UHM Graduate Assistantship and Faculty/Staff
tuition waivers are accepted.
Requires attending live, online weekly sessions using Elluminate/Blackboard
Wednesdays, 1:00pm-2:30pm Hawaii Standard Time (3pm-4:30pm PST).
Course runs from January 11-May 2, 2012.
UHM graduate students, faculty and staff register using CRN 85695.
Non-UHM students apply and register via the UHM Outreach College
CRN 3270 (non-Hawaii residents should pay resident tuition due to the
Email Megan Conway email@example.com
Certificate Program Website www.cds.hawaii.edu/
*Megan A. Conway, Ph.D.*
*Assistant Professor, Center on Disability Studies
Managing Editor, Review of Disability Studies <http://www.rds.hawaii.edu>**
Training Coordinator, Students with Disabilities as Diverse Learners
Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa
1776 University Avenue, UA 4-7, Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone: 808-956-6166 Fax: 808-956-7878 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org