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The Prejudicial Logic of Productivity

Discrimination against disabled faculty members is often dismissed because it’s linked to the academy’s deeply entrenched values around productivity, Sandy Sufian writes.


ChatGPT as an Assistive Technology

ChatGPT has tremendous potential as an assistive technology for faculty and students with ADHD, Maggie Melo writes.

In an AI World, Let Disability Access Lead the Way

The rush to impose new barriers to prevent cheating with AI could disproportionately hurt students with disabilities, Martin Stanberry, Jack Bernard and Joseph Storch write.

A ‘Game Changer’ for Student Disability Services

The estate of a late Temple University alumna who had cerebral palsy gave the institution nearly $11 million to fund scholarships for students with disabilities.

COVID Conferences: Vulnerable Scholars Needn’t Apply

In scrapping remote options for conferences, academia has set out on a dangerous trajectory, Shira Lurie and Nicole Schroeder write.

‘Deaning While Stuttering’

Pepperdine law school dean is now speaking openly about his lifelong stutter.

Why Higher Ed Needs Leaders With Disabilities

The paucity of data on leaders with disabilities suggests that few people are even thinking about this crucial aspect of diversity, equity, inclusion and justice, Darla Schumm writes.

It’s Time for ‘Crip Time’

Embracing a more flexible concept of time known as “crip time”—including when it comes to tenure clocks—would make higher ed more inclusive of scholars with disabilities, Darla Schumm writes.