Annie Klyce, smiles and holds her IGER award plaque in front of colorful flowering plants.

Annie Klyce, a student at University of South Carolina, received her award virtually at the IAGD online annual meeting.

Annie Klyce, a graduate student in the the School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment at the University of South Carolina is the 2021 IGER Award winner. She is the first student recipient of this award. Annie was recognized for her work adapting labs for accessibility, preparing materials for blind students, and advocating for self-care and the emotional and mental health of students and fellow teaching assistants. Annie’s creativity and care in adapting geoscience materials for the individual needs of students exemplifies the spirit of the IAGD community and the IGER award. Congratulations, Annie!

Information about the IGER Award and how to nominate a deserving student or colleague can be found here: IGER Award for Inclusive Teaching 


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