Rodney Hume-Dawson is an emerging scholar in Education and Disability Studies. Rodney’s research primarily focuses on improving our understanding of the perceptions and experiences of polio survivors as they move into old age and become more vulnerable to post-polio syndrome and other complications of aging. The phenomenological inquiry is important because we still need to deepen our knowledge base about those individuals who are dealing with the consequences of polio.
The 2012 Annual Meeting for the American Educational Research Association (AERA) took place April 13 to the 17th in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We are so proud of our faculty and graduate students who presented over 20 professional papers at this year’s conference where the focus was Non Satis Scire – To Know Is Not