LUDWiG is both an LUCC committee and a diversity organization. LUDWiG’s mission is to foster the inclusion and equity of disabled individuals at Lawrence by establishing a self-sustaining platform providing mentorship, education, and equitable access, with the goal of empowering all to be fully engaged members of the Lawrence community. We do this through addressing accessibility concerns on campus, as well as raising awareness of disability issues and uplifting disabled people through our events.
- Felix Spaniol – chair of the committee
- Eileen Limon – chair of the organization
- Andy Haas – treasurer
Meeting Schedule & Locations
Thursdays, 7:30-8:30 pm, Memorial Hall Room 114 and over Zoom
Two of our members, Katrina Girod and Rose Williams, did research this past summer to create an Intro to Disability Studies course! This course, ETST 145: Intro to Disability Studies, will be offered in Spring Term (2023) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:35-4:30pm. You can register for this course on Voyager using the course registration number 4023. For more information, you can contact the course instructor, Assistant Professor Sigma Colon, at email@example.com