April 16 - 17, 2013. 13th Annual Multiple perspectives Conference program and registration.
“This year’s focus on the Humanities was amazing. I have to admit to being a bit skeptical before the conference, but Steve Kuusisto's Thursday’s keynote (Marilyn Bartlett) and having the chance to hear LeDerick Horne gave me a new set of experiences that enriched my understanding of research”. 2012 participant comment
The theme for the 2012 Multiple Perspectives conference “Experience Understood in Image, Poetry, Narrative, and Research” inspired twenty-three concurrent sessions, three public lectures and the annual student student poster competition.
Hosted by the Ohio State University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the ADA Coordinator’s Office, with generous support from the Ethel Louise Armstrong Foundation, the Multiple Perspectives conference brought together a diverse audience of over 200 participants to discuss the full spectrum of disability research issues and experiences for its twelfth year.
The range of the conference is reflected in this year’s winners of the Ethel Louise Armstrong Student Poster Competition:
Graduate Research - $500 Award Winner
Multi-Media Measurement of Disability Prejudice
Adena Rottenstein, University of Michigan
Undergraduate Research - $200 Award Winner
Encouraging Involvement of Parents of Minority Children with Disabilities
Keisha Brown, Ashland University
Class Projects - $200 Award Winner
KAir-FOrce: A Fully Adjustable Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthotic for Clinical Training and Diagnostic Use in Patients with T-6 or Below Spinal Cord Injuries
Lauren Levey, Doug Follmer, Shubhra Kocher & Adam Zurmehly.
Biomedical Engineering 501/502 senior design capstone course, The Ohio State University. Dr. Mark Ruegsegger, Undergraduate coordinator of BME and supervising mentor on the project.
The award goes to support the BME capstone course.
Community Service - $100 Award Winner
The Importance of Advocating for Persons with Disability in Discussions about Multiculturalism Bowen Marshall award goes to
The Open Doors Project, The Ohio State University Multicultural Center.
Kidd, Douglas E. Autoethnography of a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor
Letostak, Tiasha. The CATCH Project
Levey, Lauren; Follmer, Doug; Kocher, Shubhra; Zurmehly, Adam. KAir-FOrce: A Fully Adjustable Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthotic for Clinical Training and Diagnostic Use in Patients with T-6 or Below Spinal Cord Injuries
Rottenstein, Adena. Multi-Media Measurement of Disability Prejudice