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  • Megan A Conway

    Assistant Professor

    Department(s)

      Degree(s)

      • 2001 Ph.D. Special Education, University of California, Berkeley UC Berkeley

      Area(s) of Interest

      • disability studies, diversity studies, access to technology, universal design

      Brief Biography

      Megan A Conway, Ph.D., Is Director of instruction and training at CDS. In addition to teaching graduate level online classes and coordinating Disability Studies coursework, she is editor of the Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal. Dr. Conway has been at UHM since 2001, and is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. She enjoys keeping active with yoga, walking, swimming and gardening. She also loves to cook and sample the wonderful diversity of foods in Hawaii.

      Contact Information

      Office Phone

      (808) 956-6166

      Office

      171F 131

      Email

      mconway@hawaii.edu

      Homepage

      Visit Megan A Conway's homepage

      Curriculum Vitae

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      Scholarly Works

        Journal Articles

      • Conway, M. A. (2013). Editorial: What Ever Happened to Mary Ingalls? Review of Disability Studies, Vol. 9, Issue 2 & 3, 3–5.
      • Conway, M. A. (2013). Editorial: Do I Have to Like It? Review of Disability Studies, Vol. 9, Issue 1, 3–5.
      • Conway, M. A. (2013). Editorial: Weak and Lame: Parenting in the 21st Century. Review of Disability Studies, Vol. 8, Issue 4, 3–5.
      • Conway, M. A. (2012). Editorial: A Note from the Mouse who Wanted to be the Farmer's Wife. Review of Disability Studies, Vol. 8, Issue 3, 3–5.
      • Conway, M. A. (2012). Editorial: Dis. Review of Disability Studies, Vol. 8, Issue 2, 3–5.
      • Conway, M. A. (2012). Editorial: Into the Light. Review of Disability Studies, Vol. 8, Issue 1, 3–5.
      • Conway, M. A. (2011). Editorial: Learning Stuff We Don't Know. Review of Disability Studies, Vol. 7, Issue 3 & 4, 3–5.
      • Conway, M. A. (2011). Editorial: Cheater Pants. Review of Disability Studies, Vol. 7, Issue 2, 3–4.