17th Annual Multiple Perspectives Conference at Ohio State University Columbus Campus

Registration is now open for the 17th Annual Multiple Perspectives on April 12 – 13, 2017. The conference will be held at the Blackwell Hotel & Conference Center on The Ohio State University Columbus campus.

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A Pre-Conference with six informative breakout sessions designed to help students with interview strategies, resume writing, job hunting, and more is presented on April 11, 2017. Registration for the Pre-Conference is required.

Three FREE & Open to the Public events will be featured:

The Ken Campbell Memorial Lecture on Disability Policy, is presented by Samuel Bagenstos, Frank G. Millard Professor of Law at The University of Michigan Law School. Mr. Bagenstos specializes in constitutional and civil litigation, and was appointed as the principal deputy assistant attorney general for civil rights at the Department of Justice from 2009 to 2011.

The Ethel Louise Armstrong Lecture on Disability Art & Culture:

Student Perspectives, is a reception and poster competition that encourages students to network with professionals, the community, and scholars who share their interests in disability. A generous gift from the Ethel Louise Armstrong Foundation funds cash awards for graduate & undergraduate research, arts, community service, and class projects focused on disability. For submission information, see the Guidelines for Submission of Student Posters.

If you need any assistance registering or have any questions or concerns, please contact the ADA Coordinator’s Office at:; VOICE (614) 292-6207; TTY (614) 688-8605.

Past programs & other ADA related information are located on the ADA Coordinator's website.

The Multiple Perspectives Conference is made possible thanks to the generosity of the Ethel Louise Armstrong Foundation Endowment Fund and support from Disability Rights Ohio and the Battle Foundation

L. Scott Lissner,
The Ohio State University

ADA Coordinator and 504 Compliance Officer
Associate, John Glenn School of Public Affairs
Lecturer, Knowlton School of Architecture, Moritz College of Law & Disability Studies