Events

April
02
Thursday
6:30pm—9:30pm
April
02
Thursday
8:00pm—8:30pm

Shine a Blue Light on Autism in April

Dr. Richard Grinker to lead GW's participation of NYC’s Korean Community Autism Hotline

Dr. Richard Grinker, GW CCAS Faculty

Dr. Richard Grinker, Professor of Anthropology, International Affairs, and Human Sciences; Chair, Anthropology Department in CCAS will lead GW's participation of NYC’s Korean Community Autism Hotline. Preceding this award Dr. Grinker's team translated the materials, from English to Korean, to facilitate the project.

Search in Progress

GW's Autism & Neurodevelopmental Insitute (AND) opens the search for the Founding Director/Professor position.

Is the U.S. Prepared for a Growing Population of Adults With Autism?

Autism is on the rise: More than 1.5 million people have the condition in the United States alone.

Capitol Hill

U.S. Senate Approves ABLE Act

The ABLE Act allows for savings accounts for individuals with disabilities for certain expenses, like education, housing, and transportation, without jeopardizing certain important federal benefits

Christy Willis Retires After 30 Year Career

Christy Willis didn’t intend disability support to be her life’s work.

LaMantia & Wu

GW Researchers Seek to Understand Brain Abnormalities

The human brain is a “monstrous, beautiful mess,” author William F. Allman wrote in 1989.

Parents and "Magic Wand"

Linking Passions to Jobs for Adults with Autism

For any recent high school graduate, the stress of leaving home, choosing a career path and starting life on one’s own can feel daunting.