Director, Accessibility Institute and Canadian Accessibility Network
|B.A. Hon. (Carleton), M.Ed. (uOttawa), Ph.D. (McGill)
|613-520-2600 x 1988
|Carleton Technology and Training Centre, Room 3500
|Visit the Canadian Accessibility Network website
Dr. Boris Vukovic has worked at Carleton University for over 20 years supporting the success of students with disabilities – through leadership, direct student services, faculty development, applied research, and professional standards. He has done research related to inclusive teaching practices of university faculty and disability-related assessments, and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses. He is a member of the American Educational Research Association and the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. In his role as the Director of the Accessibility Institute, Boris is committed to helping position Carleton University as a national leader in accessibility. He also serves a dual role as the Director of the National Office for the Canadian Accessibility Network (CAN).
Dr. Vukovic holds faculty positions at Carleton University as Adjunct Research Professor with the School of Industrial Design, and at McGill University as Adjunct Professor in Educational and Counselling Psychology.