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A panel of UNO colleagues with expertise in supporting students who are neurodiverse will share information and lead a discussion. This is part one of a two part series.

A growing number of college students are considered neurodivergent, meaning their mental processes diverge significantly from dominant societal norms and standards. Neurodiversity can refer to students with specific diagnoses such as autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders. Many other students do not have a diagnosis but may also find it challenging to meet the social demands of traditional classrooms. 

 

If you attended the fall panel (10/20/23) or the spring panel (03/04/24) AND attend the spring workshop (04/01/24), you will receive a $100 stipend. The stipend will be available for the first 35 full-time faculty or staff to register.

 

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