Pictured: Natalie Muellar, 2020 CSUCI School of Education Graduate (left) and Dr. Michelle Dean, Associate Professor of Education – Special Education and Liberal Studies Program Coordinator (right)

March 15, 2021 - The CSUCI School of Education is proud to announce an alumna and a faculty member have been accepted to present their poster at the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) 2021 Annual Meeting this Spring. 

The poster titled "Positive ASD-Traits: The Self-Perceptions of Adults with ASD" will be presented by Natalie Muellar (2020 CSUCI School of Education Graduate) and Dr. Michelle Dean (Associate Professor of Education – Special Education and Liberal Studies Program Coordinator). The virtual event will be held the week of May 3-7.

INSAR was formed in 2001 and strives to advance the knowledge about autism. Each May, the organization holds its Annual Meeting (formally IMFAR) to “exchange and disseminate new scientific progress among autism research scientists and their trainees from around the world.”

To learn more please visit: https://www.autism-insar.org/page/INSAR.

Congratulations, Natalie and Dr. Dean!

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