World-renowned animal behavior scientist, autism advocate and author, Temple Grandin, PhD will speak at the Montante Cultural Center tomorrow (April 20) at 8 p.m. Her lecture, entitled “Animal Behavior, Autism and Sensory Based Thinking,” is free and open to the public. Seating is limited. This lecture is presented by the Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relations, the Institute for Autism Research and the Fitzpatrick Institute for Public Affairs and Leadership.
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Submitted by: Lainey Pate, assistant director events and stewardship, institutional advancement