All higher education institutions now have a disability service.
"Despite attempts to bolster public trust, working with animals in the Netherlands is growing increasingly difficult. ..."
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"The way research is organised and funded makes it very difficult for people with disabilities to compete equally with others."
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The change from the dull delirium and insane drama that characterized my first year and half of graduate school has been welcome.
Supervisors often unconsciously reproduce the manner in which they themselves once were supervised.
"For people without disabilities, technology makes things convenient; for people with disabilities, it makes things possible."
Instead of keeping a low profile and blending into her surroundings--a standard approach for new faculty--McClure immediately launched simultaneous battles to win lab space from the university and respect from her colleagues.
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