Tricky Terrain for International Students with Disabilities

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How do two disabled international post-secondary students feel about their experiences navigating the tricky terrain of life inside and out of the university? Encouraged or discouraged? 

"Study Session"Â Drawing from Department of Disability and Human Development College of Applied Health Sciences UIC-Chicago

Irina Anisimova and Cpt. Bobby Quamar bring their stories and personal observations.

The ADA applies to all individuals with disabilities in America, but some fine lines exist that make it more difficult for international students to attain the tools and financial aid that are available to U.S. citizens.

photo from U.S. Department of State Official Blog

What does  living and studying in the U.S. mean for them?
Join host Leah Gardner for this unique dialog.

Original air date: April 20, 2012
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