Re: FWD. New bill to make colleges more accessible to women

Pam Stenhjem (
Tue, 3 Mar 98 08:54:18 -0600


Do you have registration information - phone number and who to contact for more
information? I produce a quarterly newsletter on transition for students with
disabilities from school to adult life - it's called "What's Working in
Transition." We have a What's Happening page with training events on disability
and I would be interested in listing this event.

Thanks in advance for any information you can provide.


Pam Stenhjem, Project Coordinator

All Means All School-to-Work Project &
Transition Assistance Project
104 Pattee Hall, 150 Pillsbury Drive SE
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55124

phone: 612/625-3863

If I keep a green bough in my heart, the singing bird will come. -Chinese

> Thanks for this news. I'm writing from Detroit where a wide network of
> people (mostly women) is planning a conference this summer. Women &
> Disabilities: Celebrate, Motivate, Organize, and Activate will be June
> 9-11 at the Detroit Westin Hotel. Susan Daniels (Deputy Commissioner on
> Disability, Social Security Administration) and Judith Heumann
> (--invited--Assistant Secretary for the Office of Special Education
> Programs, U. S. Dept. of Education) will keynote. The Honorable Trudy D.
> Archer, 36th District Court (and First Lady of Detroit)will serve as the
> Honorary Chairperson.
> Anyway it's very exciting and grew out of work we started with a WEEA
> funded grant, Bridges to Educational Opportunities and Career
> Advancement. With this interest in post-secondary education for women
> with disabilities, I am grateful to know that Dale Kildee is working on
> behalf of women in higher ed.
> Susan St. Peter
> Wayne State University/Developmental Disabilities Institute
> <>

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