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Accessibility Services in the news

Updated February 22, 2023

Read the latest reporting about Accessibility Services and accessibility on U of T campuses from U of T News, U of T Magazine and more:

January 16, 2023: ‘A life-long champion of accessibility’: U of T remembers former lieutenant governor and alumnus David Onley

– Don Campbell, U of T News

May 16, 2022: In U of T’s new ASL course, students learn how to sign – and better understand Deaf culture

– Cynthia Macdonald, U of T News

December 1, 2021: Bocce Ball and Beyond: One U of T Student’s Mission to Cultivate More Accessible Spaces on Campus

– Rubab Abid, Division of People Strategy, Equity & Culture News

September 17, 2021: U of T researchers race to treat rare disorder that affects newborns’ hearing and vision

– Peter Boisseau, U of T News

June 24, 2021: Michael Samakayi, an international grad, leaves his mark on U of T with ASL club and course

– Geoffrey Vendeville, U of T News

June 18, 2021: U of T film student documents her disorder to raise curtain on epilepsy, normalize disabilities

– Sean McNeely, U of T News

May 7, 2021: ‘Empathy and strength’: Ian Parker was an early accessibility advocate on campus – and beyond

– Geoffrey Vendeville, U of T News

April 23, 2021: Who Is Included? How U of T is becoming more accessible to Alex Lu – and to thousands of other members of the university community with disabilities

– Megan Easton, U of T Magazine

June 6, 2020: ‘The equal opportunity I needed’: U of T Accessibility Services supports students during COVID-19

– Scott Anderson, U of T News