See the latest blog entry from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Buckeye Chapter that highlights the NAGD and the National Science Foundation funded virtual reality project.
The Ohio Supercomputer Center Outreach Team would like to share this story that just posted to the Wired.com Science Blog that discusses the growing use of simulation programs to make surgical training safer. It highlights, along with other projects, the temporal bone project led by Dr. Greg Wiet and...
Great news! The National Science Foundation has funded the Opportunities for Enhansing the Diversity in the Geosciences (OEDG) Planning Grant. This funding will enable us to begin the pilot study that will lead to the development of the immersive virtual reality environment that will allow students who are mobility impaired...
The IAGD would like to welcome the two newest members to the advisory committee: Mrs. Liz Thompson and Dr. Robin Dillon.
Liz, a columnist & author for MoveoverMS.org and Columbus, Ohio’s Suburban News, is a Jefferson Award Winner and an Ambassador for the MS Society. She suffers from Multiple Sclerosis and is also hearing impaired. She is extremely supportive of enhancing opportunites for diversity through innovation, and the idea of helping people with...
NAGD member David Stallman on his recent election to the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), and appointment to President Obama’s National eHealth Collaborative. Best wishes David!
The IAGD is a 501c3, volunteer-driven, non-profit organization. 100% of all donations support inclusive and accessible programs for students and geoscientists with disabilities. For more information, please visit the IAGD Foundation page.