Young alum recognized for advocacy of students with disabilities

Fletcher Grey ’21 has become quite the expert about helping students with disabilities. A recent graduate from the University of Toledo with his master’s degree in English, Fletcher was recently interviewed by HigherEdJobs for a July 31 article, titled What Every Faculty Member and Administrator Should Know about Helping Students With Disabilities.

Fletcher dedicated much of his time at UT writing for and advocating for the disabled community. According to the article, he is a co-founder of Disability Cultural Centers United, a communication network that aims to connect disability centers across the U.S. for the purpose of coordinating broader efforts to include and protect those with disabilities.

In the article, which you can read here, Fletcher reflects on some of the approaches he has seen to welcoming students with disabilities. The article contains many tips and suggestions for helping the disabled community achieve success.

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