Doing research as a disabled, blind academic comes with its own challenges and benefits. I want to share my journey and experience to give others an insight into the work life of a disabled academic. Along the way I hope to bust some myths and hopefully encourage others to pursuit an academic career.
Inclusion sessions at management conferences are often anything but inclusive, ironic isn’t it? This post talks about some of the experiences I had as well as how to do a better job. Continue reading Do you see the irony? Inclusion and Inclusion Sessions at Conferences
Today is the International Day for the Rights of People with Disabilities (IDPWD). This year’s theme is “Not all disabilities are visible”. What does this mean? Well, in a narrower sense, it means that I will join the international disability pride and awareness movement by wearing purple #purpleLightUp. Even my guide dog has a littleContinue reading Becoming visible
A glims into an often hidden part of sight loss: eye pain and eye headaches; and what it is like working with them. Continue reading When the world is tilting, put on sunglasses