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Supporting Neurodiverse Students: “When Professors Are Helpful, It Really Helps” (Hybrid)

Friday, December 1, 2023 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Autism Goes to College is a podcast series featuring the voices of neurodiverse students, sharing insights about how they experience college.  We will be listening to episode 9, “When Professors are Helpful, It Really Helps.” It’s about how one student’s visits to office hours helped both her and her professor figure out strategies to address her initial struggles in a research and methods class. Cal State Fullerton student, Caroline, and childhood and adolescent development professor, JudelMay Enriquez, discuss their experience and ways that instructors can reach out to students on the spectrum.

The episode is about 30 minutes, and afterwards we will be talking about what we’ve heard. You are invited to participate either in-person or remotely.

If you are joining us in-person please come to the Howe Library (Room 303) from 2pm-3pm. We’ll listen to the podcast together and have a discussion in tandem with the Teams participants.

If you’d prefer to meet remotely:

All registrants will receive a Teams calendar invitation the afternoon prior to the discussion that will include both a Teams link and a room number so that you can choose the modality that works for you.


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Friday, December 1, 2023
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


303 Howe, CTL Classroom


Center for Teaching & Learning
+1 802-656-1155