Edward L. Meyen Distinguished Lecture Series

The Edward L. Meyen Distinguished Lecture Series is a bi-annual event showcasing outstanding speakers invited to present on topics of disabilities including education, families, advocacy, research, instructional resources, and public policy. The Meyen Lecture addresses cutting edge issues that impact people with disabilities including education, families, research, instructional resources, and disabilities.  Endowed by Stan Love of the Love Publishing Company, this lecture series honors the enduring legacy of Professor Ed Meyen who provided leadership for learning and innovation throughout his career.  

Past Recipients



Meyen Lecture Q & A

David Gibson

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