April 2024 Rebel Accessibility Hero

For April 2024, the UNLV offices of educational compliance and accessibility resources recognize Rosemary Le, director of Academic Programs (Academic Effectiveness, in the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs), as our Rebel Accessibility Hero.

Le remains a vital connection to students, faculty, and administrators to the accessibility of academic documents in her role as director of Academic Programs and in maintaining the degrees directory. In 2021, she and fellow Academic Affairs team members provided training for over 500 UNLV faculty, instructors, graduate teaching assistants, and staff with the Accessible Syllabus Training initiative. Next, she and inaugural Rebel Accessibility Hero Jerra Strong curated various documents for updating and processing for the degrees directory.

Le is a tireless peer educator. She is always willing to explain what she knows to her colleagues and faculty around campus. When it comes to making student resources accessible, no project is too daunting. Rosemary approaches the largest repositories on campus, like the degrees directory and course catalog, as a seasoned professional who is ready to make a huge impact.

For these reasons and more, please join us in honoring Rosemary Le as our April 2024 Rebel Accessibility Hero.

Also, Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2024 activities are scheduled for Thursday, May 16. These activities are available for registration on the Faculty Center Sunday e-blasts, in upcoming UNLV Today announcements or by contacting the Office of Accessibility Resources at accessibilityresourceteam-request@unlv.edu.

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