At Kansas State University’s biosciences building in Olathe, podiums have sliding tops and computer monitors on articulating arms designed to help people in wheelchairs. <252><137>Local carpenters built podiums that have a sliding top along with articulating arms attached to computer monitors to accommodate people in wheelchairs that were on display at the Kansas State University Biosciences building on Friday, February 20, 2015, in Olathe, Kansas.<252><137>
At Kansas State University’s biosciences building in Olathe, podiums have sliding tops and computer monitors on articulating arms designed to help people in wheelchairs. <252><137>Local carpenters built podiums that have a sliding top along with articulating arms attached to computer monitors to accommodate people in wheelchairs that were on display at the Kansas State University Biosciences building on Friday, February 20, 2015, in Olathe, Kansas.<252><137> SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
At Kansas State University’s biosciences building in Olathe, podiums have sliding tops and computer monitors on articulating arms designed to help people in wheelchairs. <252><137>Local carpenters built podiums that have a sliding top along with articulating arms attached to computer monitors to accommodate people in wheelchairs that were on display at the Kansas State University Biosciences building on Friday, February 20, 2015, in Olathe, Kansas.<252><137> SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

City-sponsored Olathe group acts a strong advocate for people with disabilities

February 24, 2015 5:03 PM