Fall honors lectures explore neurodiversity

VANCOUVER – The WSU Vancouver University Scholars program offers a series of lectures by prominent scholars with national reputations. University Scholars students may attend the series for credit and participate in special discussions led by the guest lecturers. The lecture series is free and open to the public.
Photo by Cindy Gold: Neal, Adam, Lexi, Henry and Wyatt from the cast of “Austim: the Musical”
This fall’s series topic is “Neurodiversity: Changing Minds, Changing World.” All lectures begin at 5:15 p.m. in the Administration Building, room 110. The next lecture:
  • Oct. 13: “Autism: the Musical” by Tricia Regan, follows five L.A. children over the course of six months, capturing the struggles and triumphs of their family lives and observes how this musical production gives these performers a comfort zone in which they can explore their creative sides. http://www.autismthemusical.com

Parking is available in metered spaces or in the Blue Lot for $3.

For more information on the University Scholars Program lectures, see http://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/acadaffairs/programs/univscholars/lecture.htm.

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