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We’re delighted to share with you some of the many research and services, dissemination, and other ongoing activities of the Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Our mission is to promote diverse abilities across the lifespan through interdisciplinary training, research, and service. For more information visit https://cds.coe.hawaii.edu.

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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, August 2022
    ( 2022-08) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Moriyasu, Annie ; Perriera, Eugene ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K.
    CENTER ON DISABILITY STUDIES NEWSLETTER | AUGUST 2022. Promoting Diverse Abilities Across the Lifespan. Welcome to the August 2022 issue of the CDS eNewsletter. . Special eNewsletter highlights include: Featured Artist Eugene Perriera; RDS Seeks Disability Studies News; Employment First Seminar Aug 11; Project Hōkūlani Celebrates Scholar Success!!; Resource: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Hub; Resource: Digital Accessibility in Education Videos.
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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, July 2022
    ( 2022) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Moriyasu, Annie ; Kim, Cedric ; Hu, Luanjiao ; Cui, Fengming ; Manaseri, Holly ; Park, Hye-Jin ; Raphael, Raphael ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K ; Raphael, Raphael ; Manaseri, Holly
    CENTER ON DISABILITY STUDIES NEWSLETTER | JULY 2022. Promoting Diverse Abilities Across the Lifespan. Happy Disability Pride Month!! And welcome to the July 2022 issue of the CDS eNewsletter. Special highlights in this issue include: * Featured Artist Eben Hooey; * Spotlighting CDS and projects' socials; * Disability and China Call for Papers RDS Journal; * #PacRim2023 theme, topic nomination and sponsors; * SPIN Recorded Seminar overview; * Manga Portrayals of Deaf... Recorded Seminar overview; * Project Hōkūlani in the news!!
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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, June 2022
    (Center on Disability Studies, 2022-06) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Moriyasu, Annie ; Stodden, Robert ; Raphael, Raphael ; Manaseri, Holly ; Oshiro, Sandra ; Kato, Lauren ; Galeaʻi, Jared ; Nichols, Meriah ; Murphy, Kelle ; Matheis, Maya ; Park, Hye-Jin ; Hooey, Eben ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael
    CENTER ON DISABILITY STUDIES NEWSLETTER | JUNE 2022 Promoting Diverse Abilities Across the Lifespan Director’s Corner Welcome to the June 2022 issue of the CDS eNewsletter. Special highlights in this issue include: * Artist Eben Hooey * Congratulating Dr. Conway Retirement * Ready to Work Celebration * UCEDD Trainees Advocacy in Action * Opt-Ed: Addressing the Second Disability Services Cliff, Oshiro and Kato * Employment First Bill News with APSE Hawaiʻi * Opt-Ed: The Power of the Neurodiverse, Meriah Nichols * Swim Safe ASD Facts and Findings, Dr. Murphy * Schedule “Worry Time,” Mental Wellness Corner, Dr. Matheis * 44 STEM Fields Inspiring Hōkūlani Scholars, Dr. Park * SPIN Seminar Announcement: June 9th, 1-2 pm * Survey Participants: Teens with special health care needs in Hawaiʻi
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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, May 2022
    (Center on Disability Studies, 2022-05) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Moriyasu, Annie ; Raphael, Raphael ; Manaseri, Holly ; Mānoa, Jerica ; Park, Hye-Jin ; Rombaoa Tanaka, Naomi ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael
    Aloha! Welcome to the May 2022 issue of the CDS eNewsletter. Special highlights in this issue include: Artist Alexandra McClurg, Make Art, Change Lives. Disability Studies Courses: Summer 2022. Editorial Team and Distinguished Fellows Introductions, RDS Journal. Save the Date: #PacRim2023, Pacific Rim Conference STEM Spring Camp, Ka Pilina Noeʻau II. Recruiting Student Scholars, Project Hōkūlani. SPARK Aloha Opportunities: Cohort and Scholarship Recruitment, H-PEP.
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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, March 2022
    (Center on Disability Studies, 2022-03) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Moriyasu, Annie ; Manaseri, Holly ; Denduang, Benjaluck ; Raphael, Raphael ; Kitami, Yoko ; Park, Hye-Jin ; Mariano, Leonard ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael
    Welcome to March’s Spring 2022 issue of the CDS eNewsletter. We were pleased to offer a successful 37th Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity. Over 500 participants from around the world were part of this year’s virtual event, which spanned two days of conference activities and events and a pre-conference day of Capacity Building Institutes. Mahalo to everyone who participated in helping make this annual tradition happen, whether as presenter, attendee or volunteer! Additionally, this month we join the National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities in recognizing Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month www.nacdd.org/ddam1. This campaign highlights opportunities for people with and without disabilities to come together to form strong, diverse communities. The campaign raises awareness about inclusion of people with developmental disabilities in all aspects of community life, as well the barriers many people with disabilities still face in connecting to the communities in which they live. Special highlights in this issue include: Artist Leonard Mariano, Make Art, Change Lives Emerging Leaders introductions, HI UCEDD COVID-19 vaccine activities, CDS Featured CDS projects and partners, #PacRim2022 International Forum highlights, #PacRim2022 Disability in Sub-Saharan Africa Special Issue, RDS Self-Advocacy trainee update, PBUCE Growth of Feeling Safe, Being Safe, DD Council Introduction NSF Includes Spring 2022 eNewsletter, Project Hōkūlani
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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, January 2022
    (Center on Disability Studies, 2022-01) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Moriyasu, Annie ; Manaseri, Holly ; Raphael, Raphael ; Park, Hye-Jin ; Webb, Robert ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael
    Happy New Year and welcome to the January issue of the CDS eNewsletter. Despite the on-going pandemic, we hope to share our continued efforts at our Center to move forward towards improving the outcomes of individuals with disabilities and other underrepresented groups. Specifically, we are excited to announce our keynote speakers for our virtual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity on February 28, 2022 to March 1, 2022. Registration is now on-going. We hope to see you at the conference. Other highlights from this January issue include: Robert Webb, Make Art, Change Lives Artist; Jan 2oth Seminar, Once a LEND Always a LEND; Dr. Önder İşlek, Spring 2022 Visiting Scholar; Review of Disability Studies Journal Special Issues; Project Hōkūlani, student video winners.
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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, November 2021
    (Center on Disability Studies, 2021-11) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Moriyasu, Annie ; Raphael, Raphael ; Park, Hye-Jin ; McGowan, Sarah ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael
    Aloha and Welcome to the November issue of the CDS eNewsletter. In this month’s issue, we are excited to feature many of the ongoing activities of the center. Highlights include: Sarah McGowan, Make Art, Change Lives Artist; CDS ʻOhana Growth, Fall 2021 Statistics; Visiting Scholars, Yasuko Takeuchi and Yuji Umenaga; Faces of CDS, Angela Matian, EdD and Kendra Nip; Review of Disability Studies Journal Pac Rim 2021 Conference Proceedings; Disability Studies Program, Update; 2022 Pac Rim Conference, Topics and Topic Chairs; Inclusion at Work Webinar, MA & HI UCEDD Partnership; Hōkūlani Insider eNewsletter, Project Hōkūlani.
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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, September 2021
    (Center on Disability Studies, 2021-09) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Moriyasu, Annie ; Raphael, Raphael ; Conway, Thomas ; Deese, Ronald ; Park, Hye-Jin ; Burkett, Jamey ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael
    Aloha and Welcome to the September issue of the CDS eNewsletter. In this month’s issue, we are excited to feature many of the ongoing activities of the center. Highlights documenting some of our research initiatives and our extended community members include: Jamey Burkett, Make Art, Change Lives Artist Kal's Law featured article by Ronald Deese CDS Community Advisory Council members Project Hōkūlani and Team introduction Review of Disability Studies Journal Pac Rim 2021 Conference Proceedings release Disability Studies Program Fall 2021 update 2022 Pac Rim Conference strands and Strand Leads Interested in being included in the next newsletter? Submit a request by the third Friday of each month at http://go.hawaii.edu/JBJ.
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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, August 2021
    (Center on Disability Studies, 2021-08) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael ; Conway, Thomas ; Banks, Sara ; Tom, Tammy ; Moriyasu, Annie ; Chuan, Chinn ; Deese, Ronald ; Tarnay, Jennifer ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael
    Aloha and Welcome to the August issue of the CDS e-newsletter. This month’s edition celebrates many of the research, dissemination, and other ongoing activities of the center. Highlights this month include the announcement of the newly developed Pacific Rim 2022 conference theme and logo, as well the newly funded Native Hawaiian education grant Ulu A’e Transition Project. Be sure to also check out the monthly calendar of calls for proposals, conferences, funding, trainings and other opportunities.
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    Center on Disability Studies eNewsletter, July 2021
    (Center on Disability Studies, 2021-07) Takahashi, Kiriko ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael ; Stodden, Robert ; Park, Hye-Jin ; Center on Disability Studies ; Leong, Genesis M.K. ; Raphael, Raphael
    Welcome to the July issue of the CDS enewsletter. We’re delighted to share with you some of the many research, dissemination, and other ongoing activities of the center. This month highlights some of our international collaborations and partnerships, upcoming disability studies courses, and the latest issue of the Review of Disability Studies. Also, be sure to check out the upcoming calendar of calls for proposals, conferences, funding opportunities, trainings and much more.