I continue to be surprised by the lack of gathering data from the "experts" like Directors of Housing and Dining and Procurement managers. Even though those streams of revenue are small potatoes in the big picture, it would make sense to get ideas about outsourcing, or subsidizing, or allowing many different vendors to operate all over campus. Additionally, there are many large universities that are assessing the tenure system and its long-term cost to an institution.
A very interesting program. Excellent speaker and interesting topics. Can his talk be screened elsewhere where others concerned with autism can view and hear his talk e.g., The Racker Center? I have a grandson in high school who has special needs and I would be willing to help spread the word about Ari Ne'eman's presentation if that would be helpful.
Thanks very much for bringing Ne'eman to campus and for publicizing the program.
Thank you for putting this together. I found it to be informative and appreciated having individuals with special needs point out both the helpful as well as the unhelpful in their perspective situations. Though some of the technology will prove difficult to install in the rooms it was good to see the options available for different needs. Again, Thank You for the enlightenment.
This was an amazing event. Informative and very fun!
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