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Perspectives from the Autism Community

If you’ve met one person with autism… you’ve met one person with autism. The autism spectrum is wide and encompasses a vast array of unique, diverse, and amazing individuals, each with their own distinct set of skills, challenges, and abilities. Please join Advocates for Autism, the FUTURE program, and Student Disability Services in celebrating Autism Acceptance Month by attending our panel discussion as we seek to understand and explore the many views, perspectives and lived experiences of students on the spectrum and professionals who serve the autism community with the hope of building continued respect, dignity, and an inclusive and welcoming campus for everyone. Registration is required. Live captioning will be provided, and other accommodations are available upon request. For more information about disability-related accommodations, please contact Sara Conrad at

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Wednesday, April 14 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

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Lectures & Presentations


Diversity & Inclusion


Current Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, General Public


FUTURE Postsecondary Education Program, Student Disability Services


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Sara Conrad

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