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A single project can open the doors for many people. Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Collaborative Research Project

For the past two years, Setareh Ghahari has been immersed in a collaborative research project with scholars at the University of Gondar (UoG) that aims to examine the many barriers faced by students with disabilities in Ethiopian universities and how to improve their access to education.

Participating in the project was an opportunity Dr. Ghahari couldn’t pass up, given her research focus on improving access to health care and services, specifically for those with a disability, and her interest in exploring practices in other countries.

A Tribute to Physiotherapist Bette Torrible

Written by Jennifer Sivilotti (Queen’s PT ’96), currently working at Ongwanada

A Here- and- Now Challenge for Occupational Therapists

By Imasha Perera and Kate-Lin Douglas

Mentorship opportunity builds international partnership

Jordan Miller never imagined all the ways that he and his research program would benefit from working with graduate students in the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program, a multi-faceted project that includes bringing faculty members from the University of Gondar in Ethiopia to study at the graduate level at Queen’s.

Standing in Solidarity with Black students, staff and faculty

The School of Rehabilitation Therapy condemns racism and violence against Black people.  We assert our commitment to building an equitable and just society where everyone is valued, and feels safe and supported as they carry out their everyday activities and interactions.  We are listening to our students, faculty and staff across all of our programs.  We are learning about their experiences of racism and marginalization, and the ways these experiences have affected their everyday lives.  We are working to change these experiences through the ways we design and deliver our

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