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

Scholarship, Grant, and Loan Options for Students on the Spectrum

Additional scholarships include the Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarships (two scholarships) and the Lisa Higgins Hussman Scholarship, 15 of which were awarded last year. 232
Students, Families, Educators

On Mentorship, Lab Environments, and Job Applicant Disclosure: An Interview with Chemistry Professor Jen Heemstra

On one hand, disclosing too early could create bias that eliminates you from the competition. On the other hand, disclosing provides context that can help you have a more successful interaction with a future employer. 313
Students, Educators

Insights in STEM: Former Department Chair and Professor of Computer Science Margie Bleichman

Faculty, ask questions and seek to understand the accommodations process to help dispel misconceptions about unfair advantages for students receiving accommodations. 122
Students, Educators

Insights in STEM: Community College Administrator & Instructor Don Brady

Quick tips for instructors and students about supporting neurodivergent students in the college classroom. 133

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