Center for Disability Studies | College of Education, Health and Human Services | Kent State University

Center for Disability Studies

Faculty members, graduate students, and project staff in evaluation & measurementrecreation, park, & tourism management,special educationschool psychology, and rehabilitation counseling are currently affiliated with the center. Projects include research, personnel preparation, demonstration, and community service initiatives, and they feature such topics as traumatic brain injury, deaf education, inclusion of children with disabilities in public schools, early childhood special education, multiple sclerosis, job development and placement services, psychiatric rehabilitation, educational and vocational assessment, interpreter training, transition from school to work, and postsecondary education and disability.

The Center's director is Dr. Phillip Rumrill.