Susanne Bruyere

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Susanne Bruyere

Director, K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability
Professor of Disability Studies
Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability

Overview

Susanne M. Bruyère, Ph.D., CRC, is currently Professor of Disability Studies and the Director of the Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability, ILR School, Ithaca, N.Y. Dr. Bruyère is currently Project Director and Co-Principal Investigator of numerous federally-sponsored research, dissemination, and technical assistance efforts focused on employment and disability policy and effective workplace practices for people with disabilities including: the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Employer Practice to Improve Employment Outcomes for Persons with Disabilities; and the Organizational Practices to Increase Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities: The Power of Social Networks. She is a past president of the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology (22) of the American Psychological Association, the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association, and the National Council on Rehabilitation Education. She holds a doctoral degree in Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association, a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance, and currently serves as an Executive Board Member of the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology (22) American Psychological Association, a past-chair of GLADNET (the Global Applied Disability Research and Information Network on Employment and Training), and a past-chair and current Board Member of CARF (rehabilitation facility accreditation organization).

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Lisa Schur, Lisa Nishii, Meera Adya, Doug Kruse, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Peter Blanck. . Accommoating employees with and without employees., Human Resource Management Journal (US).
  • Lisa Nishii, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Doug , Lisa , Meera , Peter . 2014. Accommodating employees with and without disabilities, Human Resource Management Journal (US). 53(4):593-621.
  • Sarah von Schrader, Xu Xu, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2014. Accommodation requests: Who is asking for what?, Journal of Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education. 28(4):329-344. (doi:10.1891/2168-6653.28.4.329)
  • Lisa Nishii, ANgela Langevin, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2014. Ageism and the retention of high performers: The positive impact of three forms of inclusion, Academy of Management Journal.
  • Sarah von Schrader, Valerie Malzer, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2014. Encouraging disability disclosure at work: Findings from a survey of people with disabilites, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal.
  • Susanne M. Bruyere. 2014. People with Disabilities: Sidelined or Mainstreamed? by Lisa Schur, Douglas Kruse, and Peter Blanck (Book Review), British Journal of Industrial Relations. 52(3):607-608. (doi:10.1111/bjir.12070)
  • Zafar Nazarov, William A Erickson, Susanne M Bruyere. 2014. Rehabilitation related research on disability and employer practices using individual-based national and administrative datasets, Journal of Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education. 28(4):291-308. (doi:10.1891/2168-6653.28.4.242)
  • William A. Erickson, Sharon Trerise, Camille Lee, Sara VAn Looy, Samuel Knowlton, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2014. The accessibility and usability of college web sites: Is your website presenting barriers to potential students? , Community College Journal of Research and Practice.
  • William Erickson, Sarah von Schrader, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sara Van Looy. 2014. The Employment Environment: Employer perspectives, policies and practices regarding the employment of persons with disabilities, Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin.
  • Sarah von Schrader, Xu Xu, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2014. Accommodation requests: Who is asking for what?, Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education. 28(4):329-344.
  • William Erickson, Sarah von Schrader, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sara Van Looy, David Matteson. 2014. Disability-Inclusive Employer Practices and Hiring of Individuals with Disabilities , Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education. 28(4):309-328.
  • William Erickson, Sarah von Schrader, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sara Van Looy, David Matteson. 2014. Disability-Inclusive Employer Practices and Hiring of Individuals with Disabilities , Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education. 28(4):309-328.
  • Hannah H Rudstam, Thomas P Golden, Wendy Strobel, Ellice Switzer, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sara VanLooy. 2014. Leveraging new rules to advance new opportunities: Implications of the Rehabilitation Act Section 503 new rules for employment service providers. , . 41(3):193-208.
  • Sarah von Schrader, Valerie Malzer, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2014. Perspectives on Disability Disclosure: The Importance of Employer Practices and Workplace Climate, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal. 26:237-255. (doi:10.1007/s10672-013-9227-9)
  • William Erickson, Sarah von Schrader, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sara Van Looy. 2014. The Employment Environment: Employer perspectives, policies and practices regarding the employment of persons with disabilities, Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin. 28(4):309-328.
  • Linda Barrington, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Margaret Waelder. 2014. Employer practices in improving employment outcomes for people with disabilities: A trans-disciplinary and employer-inclusive research approach, Rehabilitation Research, Policy and Education: Journal of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education. 28(4):208-224.
  • Linda Barrington, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Margaret Waelder. 2014. Employer practices in improving employment outcomes for people with disabilities: A trans-disciplinary and employer-inclusive research approach, Rehabilitation Research, Policy and Education: Journal of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education. 28(4):208-224.
  • Hannah H Rudstam, Thomas P Golden, Wendy Strobel, Ellice Switzer, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sara VanLooy. 2014. Leveraging new rules to advance new opportunities: Implications of the Rehabilitation Act Section 503 new rules for employment service providers, Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 41:193-208. (doi:10.3233/JVR-140713)
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sarah von Schrader, Xu Xu. 2014. Accommodation requests: Who is asking for what? , Journal of Rehabilitation Research, Policy and Education.
  • Arun Karpur, Zafar Nazarov, David R Brewer, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2014. Impact of Parental Welfare Participation: Transition to Postsecondary Education for Youth With and Without Disabilities, Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals. 37(1):1-11. (doi:10.1177/2165143414522093)
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, David Filiberto. 2013. The green economy and job creation: Inclusion of people with disabilities, International Journal of Green Economics. 7(3):257-275.
  • William Erickson, Sharon Trerise, Camille Lee, Sara VanLooy, Samuel Knowlton, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2013. The accessibility and usability of college web sites: Is your website presenting barriers to potential students? , Community College Journal of Research and Practice. . 38:864-876.
  • Sarah von Schrader, Valerie Malzer, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2013. Perspectives on Disability Disclosure: The Importance of Employer Practices and Workplace Climate, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal. Online first (doi:10.1007/s10672-013-9227-9)
  • Thomas P Golden, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Arun Karpur, Zafar Nazarov, Sara VanLooy. 2012. Workforce development policy: Unrealized potential for Americans with Disabilities., Journal of Rehabilitation Policy. 26(1):5-18.
  • Thomas P Golden, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Arun Karpur, Zafar Nazarov, Sara VanLooy. 2012. Workforce development policy: Unrealized potential for Americans with Disabilities., Journal of Rehabilitation Policy. 26(1):5-18.
  • Thomas P Golden, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Arun Karpur, Zafar Nazarov, Sara VanLooy. 2012. Workforce development policy: Unrealized potential for Americans with Disabilities., Journal of Rehabilitation Policy. 26(1):5-18.
  • Arun Karpur, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2012. Healthcare expenditure among people with disabilities: Potential role of workplace health promotion and implications for rehabilitation counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin. 56(1):7-22.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sarah von Schrader, Melissa Jo Bjelland, Wendy Coduti. 2011. U.S. employment disability discrimination charges: Implications for disability management practice, International Journal of Disability Management. 5(2):48-58.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sarah von Schrader, Melissa Jo Bjelland, Wendy Coduti. 2011. United States employment disability discrimination charges: Implications for disability management practice, International Journal of Disability Management. 5(2):48-58.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sarah von Schrader, Wendy Coduti, Melissa Jo Bjelland. 2010. U.S. Employment Disability Discrimination Charges: Implications for Disability Management Practice, International Journal of Disability Management. 5(4):48-58.
  • Melissa Jo Bjelland, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sarah von Schrader, Andrew J Houtenville, Antonio Ruiz-Quintanilla, Doug Webber. 2009. Age and Disability Employment Discrimination: Occupational Rehabilitation Implications, Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation.
  • William Erickson, Sharon Trerise, Camille Lee, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2009. Web accessibility policies and practices at community colleges, Community College Journal of Research and Practice. 33(5):405-416.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, William Erickson, Sara VanLooy. 2005. Information Technology and the Workplace: Implications for Persons with Disabilities, Disability Studies Quarterly. 25(2).
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, S VanLooy, D Peterson. 2005. The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF): Contemporary literature overview, Rehabilitation Psychology. 50(2):113-121.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, W Erickson, S VanLooy. 2004. Comparative study of workplace policy and practices contributing to disability nondiscrimination, Rehabilitation Psychology. 49(1):28-38.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, William A. Erickson, Sara A. Van Looy . 2004. Policies and practices to promote nondiscrimination across the employment process, Rehabilitation Psychology. 49(1):28-38.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, W Erickson, J Schramm. 2003. Disability in a technology-driven workplace, Workplace Visions. V
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, W Erickson, Joshua T Ferrentino. 2003. Identity and disability in the workplace, William and Mary Law Review. 44(3):1173-1196.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2002. ADA impact on human resource policies and practices: Progress to date and looking forward, SCI Life (publication of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association). 16-17, 23.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, J Stuart Krause, John A Lancaster, J Kenneth McGill, Rebecca Ogle, Beverlee Stafford, Daniel Dodgen, Donald Krewman. 2000. Employment and Disability Policy: the role of the psychologist, Rehabilitation Psychology. 45(3):312-313.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, William Erickson, Sara VanLooy. 2000. HR’s Role in Managing Disability in the Workplace, Employment Relations Today. 47-66.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere. 1997. Work and Disability: Issues and Strategies in Career Development and Job Placement, Rehabilitation Education. 11(1,2):141-143.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere. 1994. Special Issue on the Americans with Disabilities Act: Editor’s Overview, Rehabilitation Education. 8(1):3-8.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere. 1994. The ADA and Training for Employment-Related Professionals: Implications for Rehabilitation Education, Rehabilitation Education. 8(1):79-88.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere. 1993. The Implications of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 for Rehabilitation Psychologists: Guest Editor Overview, Rehabilitation Psychology. 38(2).

Books

  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Linda Barrington. 2012. Sage Reference Series on Disability: Vol 3- Employment and Work. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2012.

Book Chapters

  • Lisa Nishii, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2016. Case study research on employees with disabilities. Ithaca: ILR Press, 2016. S. M. Bruyere & L. Barrington. (Accepted)
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2014. Finding and keeping a job: Learning from workplace nondiscrimination measures. in Disability and equity at work. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2014. Heymann, J., Stein, M.A., Moreno, G..
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Thomas P Golden, Ilene Zeitzer. 2014. New approaches to disability in social policy: The case of the United States. in Social Policy in a Changing World. Springer Verlag, 2014. Tuncay Guloglu.
  • Carol J Blessing, Thomas P Golden, Sukyeong Pi, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sara VanLooy. 2012. Vocational rehabilitation, inclusion, and social integration.. in Oxford Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2012.
  • William Erickson, Sarah von Schrader, Susanne Marie Bruyere, Linda Barrington. 2012. Chapter 5 Annotated Data, Statistics, Tables, and Graphs. in Employment and Work. Sage, 2012. S. Bruyere and L. Barrington. (40)
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Elizabeth Reiter. 2012. Disability Policy and Law. New York, NY: Springer, 2012. V. Tarvydas & D. Maki .
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sophie Mitre, Sara Van Looy. 2011. Chapter 8: Employment and Work. in World Report on Disability and Rehabilitation. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2011. (235-257)
  • Adrienne Colella, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2011. Disability and Employment: New Directions for Industrial/Organizational Psychology. in American Psychological Association Handbook on Industrial Organizational Psychology. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 2011. (473-503)
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2011. Legislation and Rehabilitation Professionals. in Medical Aspects of Disability. New York, New York: Springer Publishing, 2011. S. Flanagan, H. Zaretsky, A. Moroz. (669-686)
  • J Patterson, Susanne Marie Bruyere, E Szymanski, W. Jenkins. 2011. Philosophical, historical, and legislative aspects of the rehabilitation counseling profession. in Rehabilitation counseling: Basics and beyond (5th Ed). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed, 2011. P. Kennedy. (27-53)
  • Thomas P Golden, Sue Swenson, Sarah von Schrader, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2010. Meaningful Work: Obtaining and Maintaining Employment as Youth with Chronic Health Conditions. in Launching into Adulthood: An Integrated Response to Support Transition of Youth with Chronic Health Conditions and Disabilities . Baltimore MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co, Inc, 2010. Donald Lollar.
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Sara VanLooy. 2005. Legislation and rehabilitation service delivery. in Medical aspects of disability: A handbook for the rehabilitation professional. New York, NY: Springer Publishing, 2005. H. Zaretsky, E. Richter, & M. Eisenberg. (827-850)
  • J Patterson, Susanne Marie Bruyere, W Jenkins. 2004. Legislative foundations of rehabilitation and related services. in Rehabilitation Counseling: Basics and Beyond. Austin TX: Pro-Ed, 2004. Randall M Parker, Edna M Szymanski, J Patterson. (27-46)
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, W Erickson, D Wilson, N Somerville. 2004. The therapist's role in maintaining employment. in Aging with a Disability. Baltimore MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004. Bryan Kemp, Laura Ann Masqueda. (129-149)
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Catherine A Marshall, C Santiago Gonzalez, Lourdes Garcia Juarez. 2003. Amudo and the Vencinos project: Striving together to meet the needs of indigenous women with disabilities in Oaxaca, Mexico. in Women and Disability: The Double Burden. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2003. A Hans, A Patri. (259-275)
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, J Brown. 2003. Legislation impacting employment for persons with disabilities. in Work and disability: Issues and strategies in career development and job placement.. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed, 2003. E. Szymanski & R. Parker. (27-52)

Conference Proceedings

  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, William A Erickson, Sara VanLooy, E Sitaras, J Cook, J Burke, L Farah, M Morris. 2003. Employment and disability policy: Recommendations for a social sciences research agenda. in Bridging gaps: Refining the disability research agenda for rehabilitation and the social sciences Conference proceedings. Menomonie WI: University of Wisconsin-Stout, Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute, Research and Training Centers, 2003. Fredrick E Menz, D F Thomas.

Selected Works

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Professional Activities

  • Improving Retention and Advancement Opportunities for Employees with Disabilities. Presented to CANAR. 2015.
  • Globalizing Rehabilitation Psychology: Application of Core Principles in Addressing International and Cross-Cultural Challenges. Presented to Rehabilitation Psychology. 2015.
  • Supporting the Creation of Disability Inclusive Workplaces. Presented to CANAR. 2015.
  • Youth Transition to Employment:Select U.S. Evidence to Date of Facilitators. Presented to Leverhulme International. Edinburgh, Scotland. 2015.
  • Improving Retention and Advancement Opportunities for Employees with Disabilities. Presented to CSAVR. 2015.
  • A Tour of BenchmarkABILITY. Presented to CAHRS. NYC. 2014.
  • Supporting the Creation of Disability Inclusive Workplaces. Presented to CSAVR. 2014.
  • Absence and Disability Management Practices for an Aging Workforce. Presented to IFDMRN. 2014.
  • An Overview of Cornell University, the ILR School, and the Employment and Disability Institute. Presented to Hong Kong Polytechic. 2014.
  • What’s Happening in Employment of People with Disabilities: the United States, Singapore and Globally. Presented to SG Enable. 2014.
  • Inside the Workplace: Case Studies of Factors Influencing Engagement of People with Disabilities. Presented to ILR School. 2014.
  • Disability and Employment:Integrating research streams and facilitating international collaboration. Presented to EAWOP. 2014.
  • Tapping Business Expertise to Increase Employment Outcomes for People with Disabilities. 2014.
  • The workplace and people with disabilities: Past, present and future. Presented to ILR. Ithaca. 2014.
  • Disability Inclusive Workplace Policies and Practices. Presented to Penn State Hershey Medical Center. 2014.
  • Disability Disclosure in the Workplace: What employers and individuals with disabilities are telling us. Presented to ICDR. 2014.
  • Advancing Inclusive Workplace Practices: Effective Employer Practices in Support of Disability-Inclusive Workplaces. Presented to Association for Human Resource Development (AHRD). 2014.
  • Maximizing Meaningful Disability Workplace Inclusion. Presented to APA. 2014.
  • Inside the Workplace: Case Studies of Factors Influencing Engagement of People with Disabilities. Presented to APA. 2014.
  • Disability Lens on Poverty, Practice, and Policy. Presented to APA. 2014.
  • The Role of Psychology in Improving Employment Outcomes for People with Disabilities. Presented to APA. 2014.
  • Employer Practices RRTC: Overview and Findings to Date. Presented to NIDRR RRTC. 2014.
  • Disability Considerations in Human Resource Practices. 2014.
  • Why It Is Good Business to Hire People With Disabilities. 2014.
  • Working with Mental Health Issues: Discussant Comments. Presented to ICAP. 2014.
  • Economic and Environmental Sustainability: Giving Voice to the Interests of People with Disabilities, Indigenous People, and other Marginalized Populations. Presented to Society for Disability Studies. 2014.
  • Are We There Yet? Strategies for Navigating Outreach and Self-Identification. Presented to American Association for Affirmative Action. 2014.
  • Improving Retention and Advancement Opportunities for Employees with Disabilities. Presented to GLADNET. 2014.
  • Creating Disability Inclusive Workplaces. Presented to GLADNET. 2014.
  • Employer Practices Research to Inform Disability Policy and Workplace Practice: . Presented to NARRTC. 2014.
  • Employer Practices Research to Inform Disability Policy and Workplace Practice: Drawing from Diverse Data Sources and Analytical Approaches. Alexandria Virginia. 2014.
  • Disability Research, Training, and Dissemination Innovations Using Online Technologies and Social Media. Presented to same as above. Manhattan Beach, CA. 2014.
  • Disability Research, Training, and Dissemination Innovations Using Online Technologies and Social Media. Presented to same as above. Manhattan Beach, CA. 2014.
  • An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Workplace Factors Impacting Employment Outcomes for People with Disabilities. Presented to APA, Division 22. San Antonio, TX. 2014.
  • Innovative Research on Employment Practices: Improving Employment for People with Disabilities. Presented to NIDRR. Webinar. 2014.
  • Innovative Research on Employment Practices: Improving Employment for People with Disabilities. Presented to Interagency Committee on Disability Research. Online. 2013.
  • Addressing Workplace Discrimination Faced by Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presented to Cornell University Diversity Council. Ithaca, NY. 2013.
  • Inside the Workplace: Case Studies of Factors Influencing Engagement of People with Disabilities. Presented to Employment and Disability Institute. Washington DC. 2013.
  • Employer Perspectives on Retention and Advancement in the New Economy: Bridging Research and Practice. Presented to National Employment Conference. 2013.
  • The new faces of disability: Veterans, aging workers and people with disability. Presented to same as above. Los Angeles, CA. 2013.
  • The new faces of disability: Veterans, aging workers and people with disability. Presented to same as above. Los Angeles, CA. 2013.
  • The 50+Workforce: High Potentials You Might Be Overlooking. Presented to ILR. Online. 2013.
  • Improving Employment Outcomes for People with Disabilities: Measuring Policy Impact, Service Delivery and Employer Practices at the National Level. Presented to Southwest Conference. Albuquerque, NM. 2013.
  • Disabled People and Employment Policy and Employer Practice Implications for Improving Employment Outcomes for Young Disabled People. Presented to Leverhulme International Network . Durham, UK. 2013.
  • The new faces of disability: Veterans, aging workers, and people with disabilities. Presented to same as above. Aneheim, CA. 2013.
  • The new faces of disability: Veterans, aging workers, and people with disabilities. Presented to same as above. Aneheim, CA. 2013.
  • The Aging Workforce: Age-Sensitive DM and HR Policies and Practices. Presented to Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences . Port Alberni, BC, Canada. 2013.
  • The Aging Workforce: Scope and Scale of the Challenge. Presented to Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences . Port Alberni, BC, Canada. 2013.
  • Gwang-ju, South Korea. 2013.
  • U.S. Workers’ Compensation and Return to Work Strategies. Presented to Korea Workers’ Compensation and Welfare Service. Seoul, Korea. 2013.
  • Turning Affirmative Action into business advantage: The business case for hiring veterans and persons with disabilities. Presented to Same as above. San Antonio, TX. 2013.
  • Turning Affirmative Action into business advantage: The business case for hiring veterans and persons with disabilities. Presented to Same as above. San Antonio, TX. 2013.
  • Diversity and Disability Practices in Asia: Trends and Opportunities. Presented to The Conference Board. Shanghai, China. 2013.
  • The new faces of diversity: veterans, aging workers, and people with disabilities. Presented to University of St. Thomas, Opus School of Business. Minneapolis, MN. 2013.
  • The Role of Policy in Rehabilitation Counseling and Research. Presented to University of Iowa Department of Rehabilitation and Counseling Education. 2013.
  • Leading Disability and Absence Management Practices for an Aging Workforce. Presented to Disability Management Employer Coalition. Webinar. 2013.
  • Beyond Yellow Ribbons: Putting Veterans with Disabilities to Work. Presented to Cornell Unviersity ILR School. Webcast. 2012.
  • Longevity Challenges and Opportunities:Aging and Working Well with a Disabilities. Albuquerque, NM. 2012.
  • The Interplay between ADAAA and FMLA: Legal and Practical Implications. Presented to Disability Management and Employer Coalition. Minneapolis, MN. 2012.
  • Employer Practices: Research Strategies and Findings. Presented to NARRTC. Washington DC. 2012.
  • Partnering for Placement: What Providers Need to Know to Meet Employer Expectations. Presented to NCRE. San Francisco. 2012.
  • Emerging Employment Issues for People with Disabilities. Presented to KPMG. Montvale, NJ. 2012.
  • Disability Considerations in HR Practice. Presented to eCornell/ILR. Webinar. 2012.
  • Disability Disclosure in the Workplace: What Employers Should Know . Presented to National Employer Technical Assistance Center/EARN and Employer Practices RRTC . Webinar. 2012.
  • Disability Disclosure in the Workplace: What Employers Should Know. Presented to Office of Disability Employment Policy. Webinar. 2012.
  • Enhancing the Functional and Employment Outcomes of Individuals who Experience a Stroke: Return to Work Overview. Presented to NIDRR. Washington, DC. 2011.
  • Employer Case Studies: Best Practices for Disability. Presented to NIDRR. Houston, TX. 2011.
  • Current Issues in Disability and the Workplace: Implications for Policy Makers and Employers. Presented to HRSDC. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 2011.
  • ILR on Policy: A Conversation with Kathleen Martinez. Presented to Cornell University ILR School. Online. 2011.
  • World Report on Disability Chapter 8: Work and Employment. Arlington, VA. 2011.
  • Research to Policy and Practice: Knowledge Translation in Disability and Rehabilitation. Presented to APA. Washington DC. 2011.
  • Diverse Dollars: Why Small Business Should Engage Diverse Communities. Presented to ODEP/Add Us In. Washington, DC. 2011.
  • Building the Business Case for Providing Access to Employees/Customers with Disabilities. Presented to University of New Mexico, Anderson School of Business. New Mexico. 2011.
  • Policy Forum: Implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act: The EEOC Regulations Cornell RRTC Policy Forum Series. Presented to Employment and Disability Institute. Washington DC. 2011.
  • Improving Employment Outcomes for Employees with Disabilities: Understanding the Issue. Presented to The Conference Board. New York, NY. 2011.
  • Preparing for an Aging Workforce. Presented to USBLN/ODEP. Washington DC. 2011.
  • Current Issues in Disability for Grantmakers and Others . Presented to Kessler Foundation. New Jersey. 2011.
  • Improving Employment Outcomes for Persons with Disabilities: What Employers Can Tell Us. Presented to National Association for Rehabilitation Research and Training. Bethesda, MD. 2011.
  • Partnering for Placement: What Providers need to Know to Meet Employer Expectations. Presented to National Council on Rehabilitation Education. Manhattan Beach, CA. 2011.
  • The Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in the World of Work United States and Brazil. Presented to Serasa. Brazil. 2011.
  • Aging workers with Disabilities: Implications for Employers. Presented to National ADA Center. Webinar. 2010.
  • Aging workers with Dsiabilities: Implications for Employers. Presented to National ADA Center. Webinar. 2010.
  • Protecting employees with disabilities from discrimination: Role of unit managers. Presented to American Psychological Association. Toronto. 2009.
  • Workplace Policies and Practices Minimizing Disability Discrimination -- Implications for Psychology. Presented to American Psychological Association. Toronto. 2009.
  • Engagement of people with disabilities: Unit-level climate and manager characteristics. Presented to American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada. 2009.

Honors and Awards

  • Editors' Choice Award, Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Rehabilitation Research Policy & Education. 2015
  • 3rd Place Paper of the Year, SHRM. 2015
  • Distinguished Contributions to the Advancement of Disability Issues in Psychology Award, Committee on Disability Issues in Psychology (CDIP). 2014
  • Wright Dembo Award, American Psychological Association, Division 22 (Rehabilitation Psychology). 2014

Contact

Dolgen Hall, Room 201k
607-255-9536
(f) 607-255-2763

Areas of Expertise

Other Areas of Expertise

Primary and Secondary Prevention of Workplace Disability, Disability Management, Non-Discrimination for Persons with Disabilities in Employment, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Interplay between the ADA-Human Resources Practices-and Labor Relations