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Autism in the News – 02.18.11

Caldwell College to Hold 5K Run/Walk for Autism (The Caldwell Patch)
Runners, walkers and anyone whose life has been affected by autism, it’s time to mark your calendar for the second annual 5K Run/Walk for Autism at Caldwell College. Read more.

The Autistic Sports Nerd (The Tangerine)
Hey guys, the Autistic Sports Nerd here. I hope everyone had a happy and safe Autism Sunday. I had a lot of fun that day. Let’s get into the sports talk. Read more.

They’re assets at work — and they’re autistic (Twin Cities Pioneer Press)
He’s nervous and awkward with people, can’t tell the difference between biting sarcasm and sincere praise, and doesn’t take well to crowded rooms, loud noises or sudden interruptions. Read more.

Faculty research attempts to better understand autism (The Oracle)
Faculty research may provide the tools to better understand autism. Psychology professor Shannon Morgan has been conducting research that could benefit the lives of people with autism. Morgan’s research is in place in order to “see how people with autism see the world around them.” Read more.

Craig Nicholls of the Vines Copes with Autism (Autism Key)
In the Spring of 2004, an Australian group known as The Vines quickly became one of the hottest bands in the world, topping charts and mentioned in the same breath as bands such as Nirvana. Read more.



  1. February 22, 2011 at 8:54 pm | #1

    Morgan’s research is in place in order to “see how people with autism see the world around them.

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