Workshop: "Igniting the Power of Disability and Diversity"

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GENE CHELBERG IS THE ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS & DIRECTOR OF THE DISABILITY PROGRAMS AND RESOURCE CENTER AT SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY.  PREVIOUSLY CHELBERG HELD LEADERSHIP POSITIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA AS THE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF DISABILITY SERVICES AND AS INTERIM DIRECTOR OF THE GLBTA PROGRAMS OFFICE CHELBERG IS THE FOUNDER OF THE DSCC, THE FIRST SUCH CULTURAL CENTER IN THE NATION.  CHELBERG WILL DISCUSS HOW HIS MULTIPLE IDENTITIES HAVE BEEN A CATALYST FOR BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATOR, AND THE FIRST AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FELLOW WITH A DISABILITY.  HE WILL ALSO EXPLORE HOW MULTIPLE IDENTITIES SHAPE OUR LIVES AND EXAMINE HOW WE DEVELOP STUDENT LEADERSHIP AND ALLIES GIVEN THESE MULTIPLE IDENTITIES.  

PLEASE JOIN US NOVEMBER 4, 2011 AT 12:00 PM FOR A FREE LUNCH AND CONVERSATION AT THE DSCC OFFICE IN COFFMAN ROOM 203.  CHELBERG WILL LEAD A WORKSHOP IN THE PRESIDENTS ROOM FROM 1:30 TO 4:00 PM.

SPACE IS LIMITED. RSVP TO THE DSCC BY EMAIL: DSCC@UMN.EDU  TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT AT THIS EXCITING EVENTAN ASL INTERPRETER WILL BE PRESENT.
TO REQUEST ACCOMMODATIONS PLEASE CONTACT LINDA WOLFORD IN THE OFFICE OF DISABILITY SERVICES AT 612-624-1403

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