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Changes and challenges in higher education for disabled students and staff

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Changes and challenges in higher education for disabled students and staff - a personal perspective over 25 years

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Dr Shirley Hill, Head of Disability Services, University of Dundee presents 'Changes and challenges in higher education for disabled students and staff - a personal perspective over 25 years'

Shirley Hill is Head of Disability Services at the University of Dundee. In this role, she is primarily responsible for managing the delivery of a range of confidential services for disabled students and staff. She is a Chartered Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and has a Doctorate in Education. For her doctoral research, Shirley investigated the experience of disabled students on professional practice placements and subsequently published the key outcomes of this research in the peer-reviewed journal Disability & Society. Prior to her role in Disability Services, Shirley worked as a research psychologist on various projects, including research on dyslexia and literacy development, and peer-supported learning in higher education.

This event will be held online with Microsoft Teams Live. A link will be sent by email prior to the event.

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