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Making the UBC Campus Accessible for Students with Disabilities

Prior to enrolling in the School of Landscape Architecture for my Masters, I was a consultant in Universal Design working in accessibility in Vancouver, North and West Vancouver (for the School Districts). I helped create UBC's mission statement for accessibility years ago and worked with an architectural student, Jeanna South, in 1995. We traversed the campus analyzing over 50 plus buildings, several parkades, pathway and connectors on campus for accessibility. A report/data base resulted.

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Donna M. Rodman

North Vancouver, Canada

Graduated 1999, Master of Landscape Architecture from the Faculty of Graduate Studies

School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

Graduated 1984, Bachelor of Arts, Urban Geography

Faculty of Arts