Media & Press

First academic Journal of Inclusive Postsecondary Education launched by The Taishoff Center and The Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities at George Mason University (10/11/2018)

Assistant Director Dee Katovitch Named Fulbright Specialist (4/10/2018)

Executive Director Beth Myers was a guest editor on a special issue of TASH Connections on Post-Secondary Education and Self-Advocacy. InclusiveU students’ work is also featured! (February 2018)

InclusiveU featured in Education Life section of the New York Times (8/6/2017)

Newhouse Student Radio Spot on Disability in Media Features Taishoff Center Employees (4/6/2017)

Taishoff Center Events in Los Angeles and San Francisco Bring Celebrities and Expert Panel to Discuss Inclusion (2/2/17)

TASH Connections – Call for Proposals (1/5/17)

California Events (Taishoff Center, 12/20/16)

State Senator David Valesky Visits The Taishoff Center (12/5/2016)

InclusiveU Featured on HuffPost RISE (Huffington Post, 9/27/16)

Coming up in October: Dee Katovitch’s Book Launch at Syracuse University (Taishoff Center, 9/20/16)

Taishoff Center sponsors Inclusive Music Recoding Studio Camp this summer at SubCat Studios (Syracuse University News, 8/1/16)

2016 State of the Art Conference to be Co-Hosted by Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education (Taishoff Center, 5/2/16)

Micah Fialka-Feldman profiled in Daily Orange’s “Who Bleed’s Orange” Series (Daily Orange, 4/27/16)

InclusiveU comes to Syracuse University (Daily Orange, 2/8/16)

Taishoff Center secured additional $2 million in funding from TPSID (Syracuse University News, 1/29/16)

Peer 2 Peer Students with Otto the Orange on the Syracuse University Quad