2020 NASPA Annual Conference

Applying Universal Design Principles to Student Affairs Practice

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Student populations are consistently diversifying on college campuses, and as such, practitioners need to design programs, processes, experiences, and spaces for our expanding student demographics. Universal Design (UD), a disability-centered framework encouraging proactive support for human differences, thus emerges as a provocative tool to guide these necessary design processes. In this unconference-style workshop, participants will apply UD principles to challenges they encounter on their respective campus to create actionable ideas to pilot upon returning.

Additional registration required

Monday, March 30
9:00 am to 12:00 pm


LA Convention Center

Presented by

Paul Eskridge, Course Support Specialist, University of Arizona