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Faculty members and other thought leaders share their thoughts and insights into what skills employers are looking for in new hires and other issues of interest to you.
Introduction of Dr. M. Michelle Rowe, program director
Overview of the Autism Studies Track Curriculum
Benefits of Research-based Training for Early Intervention of Autistic Children
Career Opportunities for Autism Studies Graduates
Trusted Sources of Autism Information
Passion for Autism Spectrum Disorder
The Kinney Center and Autism Education
Good Fit for Autism Studies Track
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