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We are happy to announce Sara Pound as the new knowledge translation associate for the Think College National Coordinating Center and Inclusive Higher Education Network. ...Read more
In 2020, the Office of Postsecondary Education in the US Department of Education funded 22 model demonstration projects called Transition and Postsecondary Programs for Students with Intellectual D ...Read more
Don’t miss Think College team members at the Division on Career Development and Transition (DCDT) International 2022 Conference in Myrtle Beach, SC from May 15-17! If you are at the ...Read more
The Think College team excitedly welcomes Arin Rook as the new Knowledge Translation Associate for the Think College Inclusive Higher Education Network project. ...Read more

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Ten teams of policy advocates are preparing to visit Washington, DC in June to learn more about advocacy and disability policy, and then visit their Members of Congress. They are ready to take what they've learned to effect change in the disability community. 

Bringing complicated and detailed research to a broad audience through a variety of accessible resources: that is what knowledge translation is.

This guest blog post is written by Think College intern, Rachel Adams-Duffy. 

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