Tickets for general admission and children are sold out. Tickets for College Students with ID are still available. If/when more tickets become available an announcement will be made in advance.
Cultural Affairs at SUNY Orange presents
Temple Grandin PhD: The Autistic Brain;
All Kinds of Minds Can Succeed.
Taking place Thursday, November 9th at 7 PM.
Lecture with Question and Answer. Followed by a book signing in the auditorium immediately after
Tickets will be $10 for general admission, $5 for children (under 15), and free for college students with proper id (through box office only)
Please note there is a $2 Service Fee Per Ticket.
Seating will be General Admission & on a First Come First Served Basis.
Temple Grandin, Ph.D., is now the most accomplished and well-known adult with autism in the world. Her fascinating life, with all its challenges and successes has been brought to the screen. She has been featured on NPR (National Public Radio), major television programs, such as the BBC special “The Woman Who Thinks Like a Cow“, ABC’s Primetime Live, The Today Show, Larry King Live, 48 Hours and 20/20, and has been written about in many national publications, such as Time magazine, People magazine, Forbes, U.S. News and World Report, and New York Times.. Among numerous other recognitions by media, Bravo Cable did a half-hour show on her life, and she was featured in the best-selling book, Anthropologist from Mars.
Dr. Grandin presently works as a Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University. She also speaks around the world on both autism and cattle handling. At every Future Horizons conference on autism, the audience rates her presentation as 10+.