“What is real? How do you define real? If you’re talking about what you feel, taste, smell, or see, then real is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain.” -Morpheus, The Matrix In rewatching the original Matrix trilogy in preparation for the new movie, I was struck by the allegory the first movie made forContinue reading “Using The Matrix to explain my chronic pain”
Andrea Dalzell, Ryann Kress and Lindsey Runkel discuss their experiences as nurses with disabilities in this Forbes article.
Johns Hopkins professor Dr. Bonnielin Swenor and Anna Moyer received acknowledgement from the Diversity Leadership Council for their disability-related advocacy. Read the Hub article and announcement from the Diversity Leadership Council.
The PeabodyHacks program challenges participants to consider how to address accessibility issues in music composition, performance, and education. Read the Hub article here.
Catherine Axe joins the university March 11 from a similar role at Brown. Read the Hub article here.
Johns Hopkins University graduate student Erica Avery argues that scientific institutions need to work toward a more inclusive environment for disabled scientists in this Scientific American article.
Emily Dorffer, a Johns Hopkins undergraduate who has cerebral palsy, explored stories by and about people with disabilities in a short story anthology.
Cheri A. Blauwet (@CheriBlauwetMD), an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, discusses her experience as a disabled doctor in this New York Times Opinion.