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Danny Razowsky at the stone hedge

  Danny Razowsky
  • Senior -- Interdepartmental Studies: Business Track and Studio Arts Major

  • Alpha Epsilon Fraternity (Member)
  • Photography Club (Member)
  • Dance Marathon (Member)
  • Intramural Basketball and Mini-Golf
  • Hillel, Studied Abroad in London

  • "I’ve learned to accept myself for who I am, which has helped me grown and become a stronger person."

  • "Use your accommodations - it will take a load off your chest and will help you succeed....do not be afraid to study abroad...I was worried about them not being able to accommodate my needs, but it honestly was totally worth it. I was proud of myself to overcome my fear and be able study abroad with a whole new environment. I got to travel to 10 different countries. It helped me open my eyes up to a whole new level."

  • Favorite Place to Eat: 
    Atlas - downtown. Their Mac & Cheese's the best!

  • Favorite UI Activity: Seeing live music and entertainment in Iowa City. They’ve got great venues with nice people atmosphere.

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The Student Disability Services at the University of Iowa endeavors to ensure a fair learning environment where students are able to succeed based on their own efforts and initiative, unhampered in their academic pursuits by disadvantages associated with their particular disability. 

Our staff members work with students, faculty, and other resources of the university to coordinate accommodations for which students are entitled under federal legislation.  In doing so we affirm the worth of each individual and the spirit of diversity inherent in an inclusive university.

In all our professional interactions we strive to provide clear, timely information, and to be supportive of our students as they pursue their education.  We encourage self-advocacy for students and will assist faculty in meeting the needs of all University of Iowa students.

If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me or my staff.

                        -- Mark M. Harris, Ph.D.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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