Denia Guadalupe Bradshaw holds an Ed.D. from California State University, Los Angeles. Her research focuses on diverse student populations, specifically students with hidden disabilities, along with Universal Design for Learning and how it is perceived and implemented in higher education. Her work has been presented at conferences such as at AERA, CAPED, the UDL-IRN UDLHE Digicon, and CA-NAME. Her work has been published in the Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice and will be featured in a volume as a book chapter that focuses on narrative, disability, intersectionality, sibling dynamics, and education.
Honoring Identities: Examining Intersectionality and UDL in Higher Education (Friday, April 1st, 1:00-2:00pm ET)