2019/20 Upcoming Seminars
The Brown Bag format is a 30-45 minute presentation with a 15-minute question & answer period. LUNCH IS PROVIDED.
SEPTEMBER 25TH | ROOM 249, HANNAH ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 12:00 P.M.
Ph.D., Hegarty Fellow
Using Technology to Extend Support Beyond Skill Acquisition for Students with Disabilities
OCTOBER 9TH | ROOM A219, CLINICAL CENTER - CLINICAL WING 12:00 P.M.
Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry
STAR Center for ASD & NDD's, University of California, San Francisco
Assessment of Social Communication for Diagnosis and Treatment of Neurodevelopmental Disorders
NOVEMBER 20TH | ROOM 101, HANNAH ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 12:00 P.M.
Panel of Community Service Providers - Early Childhood
DECEMBER 11TH | ROOM 249, VET DIAGNOSTIC LAB 12:00 P.M.
Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Pediatrics and Human Development
A Translational Approach for Probing Social Motivation in Young Children
JANUARY 29TH | ROOM 249, HANNAH ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 12:00 P.M.
Ph.D., Hegarty Fellow, Counseling, Educational psychology and Special Education, College of Education
Access to Inclusive Education for Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Ghana
FEBRUARY 26TH | COMMUNITY ROOM, MSUFCU FARM LANE BRANCH, 4825 E. MT. HOPE ROAD, EAST LANSING 12:00 P.M.
MD-Ph.D.candidate, Department of Kinesiology and the College of Human Medicine
Training the Fundamental Movement Skills of Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Early Intensive Behavioral intervention Centers
MARCH 11TH | ROOM 1300, FACILITY FOR RARE ISOTOPE BEAMS 12:00 P.M.
Ph.D., Dean, Vanderbilt University Graduate School; Louise B. McGavock Endowed Chair; Professor of Hearing & Speech Sciences, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, and Psychology
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Dr. Wallace is currently the Director of the Multisensory Research Group at Vanderbilt, and the outgoing President of the Western North Carolina Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience. Wallace has an established record of research funding from the National Institutes of Health, and is the author of more than 75 research presentations and publications. His work has employed a multidisciplinary approach to examining multisensory processing, and focuses upon the neural architecture of multisensory integration, its development, and its role in guiding human perception and performance.
APRIL 8TH | ROOM 249, HANNAH ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 12:00 P.M.
Ph.D., Hegarty Fellow, Human Development and Family Studies, College of Social Science
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The mission of the C-RAIND's Seminar Series is to create an active, collaborative community at MSU around research in autism, intellectual, and other neurodevelopmental disabilities research. The series is designed to foster ongoing communication and discussions among researchers, and to promote interdisciplinary and cross-institutional collaborations.
Distinguished Speaker Series
The Distinguished Speaker series are intended to provide a venue to disseminate and discuss innovative research and results, and to foster relationships and networking with national and international experts in the field. The Series consists of lectures and presentations by invited speakers who are renowned researchers in the autism, intellectual, and neurodevelopmental disabilities field.
Brown Bag Series
The Brown Bag Series gives faculty an opportunity to introduce their ongoing research and receive feedback from their peers. The Brown Bags are intended for researchers to share their current ongoing research and receieve friendly feedback, insight, and ideas from others in the research community. Research at any stage is welcome, from brainstorming initial project ideas to sharing methodological problems for input to considering directions for additional research. We hope that by sharing our research challenges at all levels we can offer help to colleagues and tackle problems together.