Survey for Faculty with Disabilities

Summary Overview

Disability is an identity category, like race, gender, and sexuality, so people with disabilities must be part of our conversations about and pursuit of justice, equity, accessibility, diversity, and inclusion (JEADI) at UNM.


The Survey of UNM Faculty with Disabilities aims to gather data from disabled faculty at UNM about their experiences in the spirit of disability justice scholar and advocate James I. Charlton’s admonition “Nothing about us without us.” It seeks to shed light on the diversity of disability at UNM – not only the range of disability at UNM but also the variety of answers to the question: What is your experience of being a disabled faculty member at UNM?

Principal Investigator Dr. Marissa Greenberg has conducted research in the field of Disability Studies, educating constituencies about issues facing disabled faculty in higher education, and identifying and advocating for strategies and tactics to improve the experience of disabled faculty at UNM.

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