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Nov 15 2017
In July of 2016 Molly McCully Brown and Susannah Nevison met for the first time at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference in Tennessee. As working poets with physical disabilities, a condition each explores in her work, they found much in common and quickly became friends, and have grown closer over time. These essays make up a dialogue about being disabled in an able-bodied world that arose from their friendship.
Sep 13 2017
Introducing our new student platform: OAE | CONNECT! Register with our office. Request accommodations. Apply for jobs.
Jul 5 2017
Stanford Synapse provides support to individuals who have suffered from any form of acquired brain injury, including mild traumatic brain injury such as concussion, moderate to severe traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain cancer, and aneurysm. We offer a variety of ways to get involved in the group such as a buddy program, peer support group meetings, guest lectures, and more. (Click link for more information.)