5 Things People Who are Colorblind Want You to Know
“Sometimes people think, because of the way the word is, that I can’t see anything where there’s a color,” says Ivan Oransky, a medical journalist in New York who’s colorblind. “I see something – it’s just not what you’re seeing.”
A New Obstacle for Students With Disabilities
Last month, the American Council on Education, in a letter to Sen. Tom Harkin about the proposed reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, completely dismissed a provision that would make it easier for its member institutions to meet student’s needs.
Workshop connects blind undergraduates, STEM professionals
Blind college students will get a rare opportunity at the University of Washington next week to work alongside professionals in the so-called STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and math, all of whom also are blind and are considered leaders.