Resources for autistic students / students on the autism spectrum transitioning from high school to college, particularly in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields

Students, Families, Educators

Guest Post Two: Autistic Science Lady Anna Kraemer on Challenges to STEM Education for Students Lacking a Diagnosis

I can't overstate this enough: the most important part of graduate school is finding nice people, having a kind, supportive mentor, and having peers who support each other. 179
Students, Families, Educators

Guest Post One: Autistic Science Lady Anna Kraemer on Transitioning to Grad School and Adjusting to the New Environment

Transitioning to any sort of new school is like taking notes in class - messy. It also feels like everyone else is walking around with a navigation system while you're just fumbling about. Sometimes though, other people let you know that they don't have a GPS either! 313
Students, Families

Campus Spotlight: Marshall University, Collegiate Program for Students Who Have Autism

Prospective students and families should visit the colleges and universities. Talk to the people who provide support, assess the culture and “feel” of the community, and find the best fit for the individual. 137

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