InclusiveU looks for progress amid funding increase
New York State intends to commit $100,000 to students with disabilities participating in Syracuse University's InclusiveU.
SU’s Intelligence++ competition promotes inclusive design
The Wheelchair QB: An entrepreneurship course has students without disabilities collaborating on innovative solutions with InclusiveU students.
Falling on deaf ears
For deaf and hard-of-hearing students, COVID-19 and virtual learning have made academic success harder to achieve.
Women with disabilities shift narrative around disability awareness
The Wheelchair QB: Helena Schmidt, who has cerebral palsy, and Alison Gilmore, SU sport analytics freshman, use their disabilities to their advantage through advocacy.
Joey Pagano felt accepted by his peers in high school despite his cerebral palsy. He expected the same in college. What went wrong?
SU’s Stephen Kuusisto addresses intersectionality in disability rights movement
The Wheelchair QB: In a Q&A with The NewsHouse, Kuusisto advocates for the disability community's involvement in diversity initiatives.
Shifting to acceptance and empowerment around autism awareness
The Wheelchair Quarterback: During Autism Awareness Month this April, advocates say awareness alone is not enough to improve inclusivity.
Analyzing SU’s Universal Design for Learning technique
The Wheelchair Quarterback: Syracuse University's newly-adopted learning strategy greatly benefits students with disabilities.
A call for accurate disability representation in TV and films
The Wheelchair Quarterback: It's not just having more actors with disabilities but the characters they get to be.
Candyman still operating despite COVID-19
Uber and Lyft driver Troy Boyer is hoping to bring a sense of normalcy to the SU campus by continuing to hand out candy and engage with the community.