The purpose of the autism consortium is to network and foster autism-related research and program collaborations at the University of Texas at Austin and in the Central Texas area. The autism consortium meets monthly during the academic year to share information on autism-related research, training programs, and services, present research findings, and network with the goal of developing and collaborating on research proposals and projects. This consortium was formed in December of 2017 and is very informal. It is open to faculty, staff, and students at UT and other nearby campuses, community organizations that serve people with autism, parents of children on the spectrum, and adults on the spectrum who are interested in learning about or promoting research on autism.
The Autism Consortium generally meets once per month during the academic year. Our next meeting will be Tuesday, February 15, 2022 at 3 p.m. Dr. Anita Swanson will be presenting "Multiple Ways to Communicate in Music Therapy: Music, Augmentative and Alternative Communication."
To register for the Zoom webinar, go to https://tinyurl.com/actfeb15.