Dana Marlowe ’96, ’98 returned to campus recently to speak to students. (Photo by A. Sue Weisler ’93)
“Society is taking more steps to become more accessible to people with different abilities, but technology is lagging behind.”
Dana Marlowe ‘96, ‘98
Some 58 million people in the U.S. – nearly 20 percent of the population – have some form of physical or sensory limitation. This is the fastest-growing minority group in the country.
“It’s also the only minority group that anyone could become a member of at any time,” says Dana Marlowe ’96, ’98 (sign language interpreting, professional and technical communications).
By Kathy Lindsley