Monthly Archives: November 2011

Center for Persons with Disabilities 40th Anniversary Celebration

Installing Evidence and Artifacts: Facing Autism at the Taggart Student Center - USU

Setting up in the Livery Stable for Portrait Session with Temple Grandin

Celebration Luncheon at the Heritage Center

Young Artist Mariel Moreno, presents a Painting to Dr. Grandin

Christopher M. Gauthier (Right) , Dr. Temple Grandin (Center) , and Jacqueline Gauthier (Left)

Dr. Grandin's lecture, “All Kinds of Minds Need to Work Together"

A packed house.

The Overflow Room for Dr. Grandin's Presentation

Book Signing

Cindy and David Winget

Christopher Gauthier and Mirella Petersen, President of Utah Autism Coalition

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Different NOT Less

Dr. Temple Grandin is on campus today.  We are scheduled to have time with her for a portrait session.  If you don’t know her, click here for the trailer of the HBO movie of her story.  She is a remarkable woman — Local folks, if you have any time in your schedule to attend any of these events, it will be worth every second. Hope to see you there!

Dr. Grandin’s Schedule
Lecture on autism and disability issues
“All Kinds of Minds Need to Work Together”
4:00 p.m., TSC Ballroom
Open to the public

 

Book Signing/Art Exhibit
5:00 p.m., TSC Sunburst Lounge
Art Exhibit: Evidence and Artifacts: Facing Autism by Christopher Gauthier, USU assistant professor of art
Open to the public

 

Lecture discussing animal psychology
Improving Animal Welfare:
A Practical Approach
6:30 p.m. TSC Ballroom
Open to the public
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US Autism and Asperger Association Conference Days 3 & 4

Days 3 & 4 — 28 portraits, completing a grand total of 35 by conference end.  What an amazing experience.  We are so grateful to the USAAA for helping to make this possible.

Chris and Dr. Lawrence Kaplan

Maddie and JaLynn Prince

Maddie and Daddie, Photographed by JaLynn Prince

Session with Dr. Devin Houston, Houston Nutraceuticals Inc.

Session with Dr. Phillip DeMio, MD

Chris speaking with conference attendee, Ian Radford after the panel presentation.

Deinstalling Evidence and Artifacts: Facing Autism

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