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AccessAbility Center

The new AccessAbility Center will be launching on Thursday, April 13, 2017.  Check back for more information soon!

WE HAVE MOVED!

The Office of Disability Services was busy over the winter break - moving our offices!  We are now located at 241 Frist, which next door to our prior office.  Look for our door entrance in the alcove nearest the elevators on the second floor.  

WELCOME OUR NEW ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

The Office of Disability Services is pleased to announce that Asha Nambiar has agreed to join our team as our new Assistant Director.

Asha will be a primary source in managing the student services process for students with disabilities.  

Asha comes to us from Columbia University where she has served for the past two years as an Assistant Director.  Prior to that, she coordinated disability services at Drew University.  Asha brings a rich background in serving students with disabilities, experience promoting awareness of services for these students, and providing strategic planning for Disability Services programs and initiatives.  

We can't wait for you to meet her!

Princeton Students support 1 Billion Voices virtual exhibit: December 2

 

This year marks the tenth anniversary of the CRPD (The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities), a United Nations initiative and international collaboration to secure equal rights under the law for individuals with disabilities and to abolish discriminatory policies and practices.

 To celebrate the anniversary and the global progress made possible by the CRPD, a group of students are working with the UN to create a celebratory gallery and virtual exhibit called “1 Billion Voices.” This exhibit will showcase images and messages from students around the world with disabilities, and will be displayed on December 2 in the UN.

 Princeton students were invited to participate in this celebration by having their picture and individual message uploaded to 1 Billion Voices.  

#Isupportdiversability

As a follow-up to the 1 Billion Voices campaign, we invite all students to support diversability at Princeton by participating in a WHITE BOARD MESSAGE EVENT.

Tuesday, December 6th

12:30-5:30 pm

Frist Campus Center by the Welcome Desk


We will have whiteboards for students to write their messages expressing their support and have their picture taken.

 FREE DONUTS FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS!

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

With new positions opening up in MA, NJ, and CT, Bender Consulting would love to consider Princeton candidates for them!  Contact Katherine Noble for job descriptions for Master Scheduler, Trade Compliance Specialist and Jr. Buyer.  Interested candidates should first submit their resume on http://www.benderconsult.com/careers/submit-resume, then send it to Katherine Noble at knoble@benderconsult.com.