Longer cords on window blinds. Non-squeaking reclining chairs. Multicolored carpet. Such items don’t seem significant, but to some students, having these accessible features can make all the difference. McGuffey 121, a classroom designed to be fully accessible for students and faculty with disabilities, is open for use this semester. The classroom began as a project idea in professor Ashley Johnson’s disability studies class and was brought to fruition to help students and faculty have a more inclusive and accommodating experience at Miami University. Each semester Johnson has her students work on action projects. “The goal is engaging in...Read More
The Miami Student Newsletter
By subscribing to our newsletter, you will receive weekly emails with our top stories right to your inbox!