Institute for Community Inclusion at UMass Boston

50 Years of Inclusion

Some 50 years ago, the first elements of today's Institute for Community Inclusion, were formed as the Developmental Evaluation Clinic (At Boston Children's Hospital). In the years following, the modern ICI blossomed into leading disability focused training and research organization that you see today. Join us for a year of special events, celebrating 50 years of inclusion. To keep updated on our developing schedule, feel free join our mailing list, follow us on social media, and check in on our events calendar.

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Dean Bill Kiernan is presented with a gift from ICI director Tom Sannicandro

ICI Open House Celebration Draws a Crowd

For the grand finale of our 50th anniversary festivities, the ICI welcomed friends and visitors to our offices on June 20, 2018 for our open house celebration.

Read more and see the videos and photos from the night.


guest following the screening

"Intelligent Lives" Screening Brings Hundreds to Campus

Staff from the ICI and Think College were thrilled to host a screening of Dan Habib’s latest film, Intelligent Lives, in early June. By sharing this film, the ICI hopes to point to a future in which people of all abilities can fully participate in higher education, meaningful employment, and intimate relationships.

Read more about the movie screening.

 
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ICIers on the work of inclusion

David Helm, PhD
 
Kartik Trivedi
 
Nancy Hurley
 
John Butterworth, PhD
 

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