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TUCP Presents: Legendary Animal Sciences Pioneer and Autism-Awareness Advocate, Temple Grandin

Uptown Campus
Kendall Cram room

Featuring r. Temple Grandin

On Monday, February 3rd at 7pm in the Kendall Cram room of the LBC, TUCP will be hosting Dr. Temple Grandin. A pioneer in animal behavior sciences and leading authority figure within her discipline, Dr. Grandin is an resounding advocate and spokesperson for people on the autism spectrum. The subject of a blockbuster film and multiple best-selling novels, she is one of the first people with autism to document her experiences and success narrative to be shared with the public.

Dr. Grandin has been featured on NPR and major television programs, including the BBC special "The Woman Who Thinks Like a Cow," ABC’s Primetime Live, The Today Show, Larry King Live, 48 Hours, and 20/20 and has been written about in many national publications, including Time (she was included in the magazine’s annual “2010 Time 100” List of the world’s most influential people), People, Forbes, US News and World Report, and The New York Times.

No tickets are required, and the event is free and open to the public. Students can find more information about the event via its Facebook page, linked here.