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Due to COVID-19 all university events have been postponed. The President’s Diversity Awards event will be moved to Fall 2020.
CDAD wishes to share this message from the National Deaf Center. It is a powerful statement on intersectionality and how we can support one another. It comes with links to YouTube videos of individuals telling their stories. The videos are all in American Sign Language but also contain captions. There is a link to a text based video description in the description box of each video. In solidarity.
Welcome to CDAD!
The Commission on Disability Access and Design’s vision is a university community free from physical and attitudinal barriers to services, programs and activities through Universal Design.
CDAD works with the university community to create a welcoming, supportive and inclusive university environment. The commission supports and reaffirms NAU’s stated commitment to affirmative action and diversity.
Why Our Work Is Important
The 2020 CDAD Leadership Award
The CDAD Leadership Award honors faculty, staff, students, departments, organizations or community members who have made outstanding contributions to the disability community at NAU. Only faculty, staff, and students may make nominations. The awardees are announced and honored at the President’s Annual Diversity Awards Celebration.
Find past winners on the Leadership Award page.
Share your experiences
Inspired to share your story? Please consider contributing to our Disability Experience Story Project. We would love to share your experiences with the entire campus.