Spectrum Education Center Events
Spectrum Education Center’s Lunchtime Roundtable Discussion
Understanding Autism is an informal lunchtime roundtable discussion held monthly at Mount Union in Campus Grounds in the Hoover-Price Campus Center. The gatherings are an opportunity for people at Mount Union and the surrounding community to discuss autism. Conversations are led by Dr. Kristine Turko, the Director of the Spectrum Education Center. There is no cost to attend.
Wednesday, February 21 at Noon in Campus Grounds in the Hoover-Price Campus Center
Wednesday, March 21 at Noon in Campus Grounds in the Hoover-Price Campus Center
Wednesday, April 18 at Noon in Campus GRounds in the Hoover-Price Campus Center
Stay tuned for additional announcements about Spectrum Education Center events in April, Autism Awareness Month
April 2: All day kick-off to the month's events!
- Light It Up Blue - All month the fraternity and sorority houses are lit up blue, as well as the cupola of Chapman Hall
- Campus Blue-Out - Everyone is invited to wear blue for Autism Awareness
April 9: Autism Awareness lecutre at 7 p.m. in the Newbold Room of Hoover-Price Campus Center, Co-Sponsored by Alpha Xi Delta
April 18: Understanding Autism Roundtable Discussion at Noon in Campus Grounds in the Hoover-Price Campus Center
April 22: Football FrenXi - Noon - 5 p.m., Mount Union Stadium
April 26: Peer Pizza Party! 5 p.m. in Campus Grounds there will be a peer mentoring celebration for everyone involved in the program and those who would like to learn more about the program