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AUCD 360

AUCD 360 is a monthly newsletter highlighting news, initiatives, and events across the AUCD Network. Submitting an article to AUCD 360 is a great way for Network members to showcase activities, new research developments, trainee and faculty awards, events, and other accomplishments to the Network and others in the disabilities field.

June 2024 | Volume 10 | Edition 6

AUCD Office News

Call for Nominations: AUCD 2024 Awards
With a theme of Stronger Together: Creating a More Inclusive World, this year's Conference focuses on the core of the AUCD Network, recognizing that collaboration is critical to advance the rights and opportunities for and with people with disabilities through research, training, education, and service. We hope you will join us this November in Washington, D.C. where Network members across diverse disciplines and backgrounds and members of the disability community will come together stronger than ever as driving forces to create positive change and to build a more inclusive world for all. Learn more and submit a proposal by June 20.

Network Recognitions

Dr. Robert C. Fifer Retires from the University of Miami in May of 2024
NH-ME LEND is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Sarah Smith as New Hampshire-Maine Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NH-ME LEND) Director, while also maintaining her current role as associate professor in the University of New Hampshire’s Occupational Therapy department. Dr. Smith’s background includes 15 years as a pediatric occupational therapist focusing on children with autism and their families.

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