Research Study for Students, Staff, and Faculty at UIC

Here is a great opportunity to be involved in a research study regarding experiences of people with disabilities at UIC. You will receive $30 for participating.

The research project uses focus groups to understand the status of people with disabilities on campus, in terms of satisfactory and unsatisfactory experiences, level of participation in campus life, needs, and concerns. The information from these focus groups will be used to design a university wide survey of students, faculty and staff with disabilities at UIC.

If you are interested contact Federico Waitoller, Principal Investigator, at fwaitoll@uic.edu or Hailee Gibbons, Co-Investigator, at hgibbo2@uic.edu or call (312) 413-2116.

Research Study for Students, Staff, and Faculty at UIC

Participate in a Focus Group on the Experiences of People with Disabilities at UIC

Earn $30 for Participation

Eligibility:
You’re an undergraduate student, graduate student, staff, or faculty member at UIC
You self-identify as having a disability (mobility, sensory, learning, cognitive, or developmental impairment, mental illness, chronic illness,etc.)
You are 18 years old or older.
You may participate in a focus group in person or online Interested or Have Questions?

If you are interested contact Federico Waitoller, Principal Investigator, at fwaitoll@uic.edu or Hailee Gibbons, Co-Investigator, at hgibbo2@uic.edu or call (312) 413-2116.

Sponsored by the Chancellor’s Committee on the Status of Persons with Disabilities