Work to do

Johnson, Pamela K.
October 2011
Ability Magazine;Oct/Nov2011, p18
An interview with Susanne Bruy�re, director of Cornell University's Employment and Disability Institute, is presented. When asked about her duties as director of the Employment and Disability Institute, she explains her roles as associate dean of outreach and her administrative responsibilities. Bruy�re, says that they do not offer a degree in disability. She says that the ILR school focuses on the accommodation required by the Americans With Disabilities Act.


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