2017 STATE OF THE ART CONFERENCE ON POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
AND INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
This popular conference of 300+ participants provides opportunities for colleges and universities, researchers, program staff, parents and self-advocates to learn about the current state of research and practice in the field, and to network with each other. Panels that include faculty and staff from postsecondary education initiatives, parents, self-advocates, and other experts, share effective practices during break-out sessions with opportunities for group discussion. New this year is a parallel student conference on Syracuse University's campus, with the goal of bringing more high school and college students into the conversation.
Click here for information on past conferences (2009-2016)
The 2017 Conference is sponsored by George Mason University's Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human Disabilities
and The Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education at Syracuse University.