Press

Students in my classes regularly engage in community-based research that has an impact beyond the classroom. Here are some recent stories about my classes published in The Daily Tar Heel.

Front page of the Daily Tar Heel from September 7, 2022 includes a bold box around the story titled "UNC Maintenance Remains Backlogged."
I was interviewed by the Daily Tar Heel about campus accessibility. Click the image to read the full story.
Front page of the Daily Tar Heel from January 19, 2022 includes a bold box around the story titled "Research highlights justice, personal history."
Shamar Wilson, a student in my first year seminar, was inspired by his course project to intern at SOHP and expand the diversity of voices in the Stories to Save Lives archive. Click the image to read the full story.
Front page of the Daily Tar Heel from November 17, 2021 includes a bold box around the story titled "Students petition for permanent ramp at Old Well."
Students in my Disability Studies course researched accessibility on campus. Some went on to partner with a campus organization to petition for a permanent ramp at the Old Well. Click the image to read the full story.
Front page of the Daily Tar Heel from November 3, 2021 includes a bold box around the story titled "'I would ask to not be an afterthought'"
I was interviewed by the Daily Tar Heel about my work creating accessible classroom environments. Click the image to read the full story.