Recent UWaterloo English graduate Dr. Sarah Gibbons (PhD ’16) has just accepted a position as Writing Specialist in Writing Services at University of Guelph. While at UWaterloo she became involved with the Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, edited by her supervisor, Dr. Jay Dolmage, becoming Assistant Editor and Social Media Coordinator. Sarah’s dissertation, Disablement, Diversity, Deviation: Disability in an Age of Environmental Risk, was funded in part by an award from Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Resources Council.
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