Topic: SEAS

In an effort to make the University’s campus more accessible, Student and Employee Accessibility Services has advocated for renovations to Wilson Hall on the Main Green. Those changes began last fall.

News, University News

University addresses student accessibility concerns

February 15, 2018 0 comments

Following the implementation of the University’s Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan and the creation of departmental and administrative DIAPs, the University has demonstrated progress in addressing accessibility-related issues on campus, said Catherine Axe.

Op-eds, Opinions

Sauber ’20: The irony of SEAS’ inaccessibility

March 7, 2017 0 comments

Before coming to Brown, I had never felt discriminated against as a result of my disability.

Though Wilson received a full exterior renovation five years ago, the new update will make the interior more accessible, which is particularly urgent given the high volume of foot traffic in the building.

University News

Watson, Wilson to be renovated for space, accessibility

October 7, 2016 0 comments

Several buildings across campus have been slated to receive significant upgrades, said Vice President for Facilities Management Stephen Maiorisi.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Against pets for all in dorms

September 27, 2016 0 comments

Grace Johnson’s ’19 column (“Pets should be for everyone,” Sept. 26) in yesterday’s paper was poorly thought out, insensitive and under-researched.

Dining services undergoes external audit of allergy practices

University News

Dining services undergoes external audit of allergy practices

March 8, 2016 0 comments

Food Allergy Research and Education conducted a review Feb. 23 and 24 regarding how Brown Dining Services prepares and serves food.

SEAS will clarify a policy that allows students who need live-in emotional support animals to keep them in their dorm rooms.

University News

Brown to clarify policy on emotional support pets

February 16, 2016 0 comments

Student and Employee Accessibility Services will clarify that it allows students with registered disabilities to keep support animals in residence halls.