CAMPUS NEWS: AUGUST 30, 2019

DISABILITY SYMPOSIUM

University of New Orleans Organizes Symposium on Higher Education and Disability

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(from left) Kim Martin Long, dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Education and Human Development; Paul Bole, assistant professor of special education; and Linda Flynn-Wilson, professor of special education, participated in the symposium on disability and higher education in Innsbruck, Austria.

(L-R) Kim Martin Long, dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Education and Human Development; Paul Bole, assistant professor of special education; and Linda Flynn-Wilson, professor of special education, participated in the symposium on disability.

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