Susanne Bruyere

people / faculty

Susanne Bruyere

ILR School Associate Dean of Outreach
Professor of Disability Studies
Director of Employment and Disability Institute
Employment & Disability Institute

Overview

Susanne M. Bruyère, Ph.D., CRC, is currently Professor of Disability Studies, the Director of the Employment and Disability Institute, and Associate Dean of Outreach at the Cornell University ILR (Industrial and Labor Relations) 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.
  • 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

  • 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