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Disabled Students Form New USU Club For Advocacy, Socialization, Education

Utah State University has a new club called Disabled and Neurodiverse Aggies.

Sarah Timmerman is a program coordinator at USU’s Inclusion Center. In addition to DNA, she is also over USU’s Women and Gender program.


Timmerman said the club arose after students Anna Peterson and Derek Darley formed a list of 40 fellow Aggies who were interested in forming a club for disabled and neurodiverse students.


“They forwarded the list to me, and with the help of many people, we were able to get the club organized and established in the Inclusion Center,” Timmerman said. Read the rest of the story on


This story is made possible thanks to a community reporting partnership between The Herald Journal and Utah Public Radio.