John Elder Robison discusses COVID-19 and how it may impact neurodivergent people.
Celebrated architect Zena Howard visited campus as part of the COLL 300 series, explaining how "designers have a social responsibility to improve the lives of community members."
Lydia X. Z. Brown will be talking on March 26 at 5:00pm!
Ari Ne'eman, former president and co-founder of ASAN will be talking on Feb 5 at 4:00pm!
You’re autistic. You know you can do a good job, but will employers listen?
Article written by John Robison!
John Elder Robison’s individual trek to William and Mary as scholar-in-residence leading neurodiveristy initiatives may have started with his birth as an autistic some 50 years ago. The route taken connects across centuries.
The book presentation will take place on Monday, March 28, 2016 at 7:00pm at Tucker Auditorium (127A) as part of the Olitsky Family Foundation Neurodiversity Speaker Series.
In the past five years, over 180 people with disabilities have been killed by their family members or caretakers. Media outlets and court systems have often referred to these as mercy killings rather than as murders. On Tuesday, March 1, students from the Neurodiversity Student Group and Corpus partnered to hold the Disability Day of Mourning, an event honoring those who have been killed.