2021 ISLAND Conference

Independence Science announced the 12th annual Inclusion in Science, learning a New Direction, Conference on Disability (ISLAND). This year's conference was held virtually on Friday, September 17th and Saturday, September 18th. Go to www.islandconference.org to learn more.

The ISLAND conference serves as a forum for access technology developers, science educators, rehabilitation professionals, and educational researchers to network and share their experiences with how they have promoted the inclusion of persons with disabilities into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields of study. Come and learn what is being done to promote inclusion in the STEM classroom for students with disabilities! If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail the conference organizers at island@princeton.edu. We are looking forward to your participation at this year's ISLAND conference. 

The 12th annual ISLAND conference is sponsored in part by the Princeton Center for Complex Materials, the Princeton University Office of Information Technology, Princeton University Campus Conversations on Identities, and Independence Science. 

This year's conference is free and open to the general public, as well as to Princeton University students, staff, and faculty. All are welcome! 

2018 ISLAND Conference

Attendees convene for the 2018 ISLAND Conference held at Princeton University.

Dr. Cary Supalo

Dr. Cary Supalo, blind chemist and accessibility expert at the Educational Testing Service (ETS). 

 

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