Training

Online Training

We offer online courses that are open to anyone, but target architects, planners, interior designers, builders, contractors, occupational and physical therapists, and policy makers. Architects can earn AIA continuing education credit for qualifying courses.

Universal Design Education Online (UDEO) is an online hub for ideas, publications, and other resources for anyone looking to learn about or teach universal design.

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Keynote Presentations, Guest Lectures, In-Person Training

We provide presentations, workshops, webinars, and brown bag / lunch-and-learn sessions for professionals, organizations, and the public. For educators, we can also visit your class and provide your students with the foundations in designing for all. Our experts have presented at conferences and events around the world on a wide range of topics:
  • Inclusive Design
  • Accessibility/ADA
  • Public Buildings
  • Wayfinding
  • Inclusive Housing
  • Home Modifications
  • Aging-in-Place
  • Visitability
  • Transportation
  • Product Design

Contact Jonathan White to learn more about the training and presentations we offer.

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Inclusive Design at the University at Buffalo

We provide many opportunities for UB students and other visitors to campus to learn about inclusive design.
  • Internships
  • Fieldwork
  • Work Study
  • Graduate Assistantships
  • Assistantships
  • Independent Study
  • Visiting Scholars (Short and Long Term)

The University at Buffalo, School of Architecture and Planning offers the only comprehensive inclusive design curriculum for Masters of Architecture students in the country: the Inclusive Design Graduate Research Group.

Contact Jordana Maisel to learn more about how you can get involved.

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