As part of Disability Culture Month, 12 University of Missouri community members have been recognized for their achievements in advancing accessibility.
The Lee Henson Access Mizzou Awards, named after a former Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) coordinator at MU, honor students, faculty and staff who work to make the university a more inclusive place for people with disabilities. This is the tenth year Mizzou has celebrated the award.
Gabriela Ionita, a student worker in the Digital Media and Innovation Lab, received this award for the work she did on making the library’s web maps more accessible.
Congrats to Gabriela!