Oct. 13, 2020
Created in honor of Mizzou’s former ADA coordinator, the Lee Henson Access Mizzou Award honors those who have:
- Responded above and beyond to a particular disability inclusion or accessibility concern or need on campus;
- Championed universal design to make Mizzou a more inclusive place for people with disabilities; and/or
- Demonstrated and modeled a commitment over time to improving the inclusion of people with disabilities or the accessibility of Mizzou’s campus and programs.
This year’s award winners are:
- Staff Award Winner: Jessica Gordon
- Faculty Award Winners: Julie Elman and Sherri Ulbrich
- Group Award Winners: Campus Facilities Design Services
- Student Award Winners: Ryleigh Murray and Samantha Norman
Veterinary medicine team gives service dog a second chance
Mizzou veterinarians help Brady the golden retriever beat cancer and get back to his family.
Infinite hope: MU, community event celebrates MLK’s life and legacy
On Tuesday, Jan. 26, Andrew Young, a former U.S. ambassador and confidant of Martin Luther King Jr., will help Mizzou virtually celebrate King’s vision.
Moving forward, together
The Division of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity will host a series of discussions to reflect on Mizzou’s IDE progress and to continue building a culture of inclusive excellence.
Teaching and Learning
Career services director unveils different side in pursuit of Nashville-sized music goals
Meredith Shaw is practicing what she preaches — the importance of networking.
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