Most graduate students involved in the Research Group on Rehabilitation and Independent Living are working toward master's or doctoral degrees. Interested individuals are welcome to apply to the Department of Applied Behavioral Science Graduate Program at the University of Kansas (KU) and indicate their interest in this research group.

The staff of this research program are fully committed to the philosophy of independent living and support affirmative recruitment and accommodation of people with disabilities. The Research Group on Rehabilitation and Independent Living also works closely with the Research and Training Center on Independent Living at KU on funded research and training projects.

No matter the type of research project, research group members are considered to be junior colleagues and receive helpful assistance and mentoring from senior colleagues who are directly involved in overseeing project activities.

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