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CDCI Connects comes out twice a month, featuring news for and by Vermonters with disabilities.


Latest podcast episode:

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This month we connect with Kathryn Carroll and Hannah Gallivan, to talk about disability and mentorship.

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It's time to make disability equity a professional priority.

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Our Graduate Certificate in Interdisciplinary Disability Studies has a rolling deadline for admission. Wherever you are, we're happy to meet you there.

Craft a new professional pathway


Digging deeper into Vermont attitudes towards disability

text: 72% of Vermonters surveyed said: People with disabilities can contribute to the labor force the same as people without disabilities

Jesse C. Suter and Justin M. H. Salisbury unpack what we can learn about attitudes to disability in Vermont -- and what we still need to know.

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Cassandra Townshend Named Vermont Children's Mental Health Champion

Townshend is one of only 10 people nationwide to receive the award from the AUCD and CDC this year.

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