During the summer of 2019, RCPD student Ellie M. took part in an Education Abroad program to the UK, which gave her the opportunity to travel to many exciting locations around England. At the start of the fall semester, we got in touch with Ellie for a little Q&A about her trip:
The Council of Students with Disabilities (CSD) invites you to an evening of pumpkin painting, cider drinking, and donut eating! The RCPD is thrilled to sponsor this annual event. All are welcome!
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
A workshop co-sponsored by the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD) & the Office for Education Abroad
Spartan Ties, a newly formed networking group that takes place at different dining halls on campus, gives students a way to make friends and not eat dinner alone.
There are many locations during the semester so that it can help accommodate students with busy schedules. There is a Facebook group that MSU students can join, which gives updates to times and to see who might be going to the dinner.
Football season marks the recommencement of an ultimate rivalry: Michigan vs. Michigan State. However, this celebration comes with a twist for a good cause.
Stemming from a family of doctors, Allie S., a junior, human biology major always knew she wanted to practice medicine. While she first began by wanting to become a veterinarian, she later realized her true passion is helping people.
Spartans lead in ways practical and profound. We create opportunity through study and research, developing solutions for some of the world's most challenging needs. Education expands opportunity and for those experiencing disabilities, education is a most empowering choice. This is why Team RCPD works diligently to engage MSU traditions of quality, inclusiveness and connectivity for the benefit of all.
“The challenge is designing an app so that anyone who uses it thinks that it was designed for them” so the app accommodates a wide array of abilities.
Grace Tong and Mohammad R. Alrwashdeh sat down with OISS Live to discuss the opportunities the RCPD provides the Michigan State community.
Every spring, a ceremony called May Morning Sing celebrates the induction of a new Tower Guard which consists of a select few of the top 5% of Michigan State’s freshman class.