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Temple Grandin keynote on CSU-TV 11

April 5, 2011

CSU-TV 11 will air video of a keynote speech that Professor Temple Grandin gave at the recent symposium, 'Transition and transformation: Students with autism spectrum disorders in the college environment.'

CSU-TV, Channel 11, will feature Professor Temple Grandin’s keynote address, "Autism and my sensory-based world,' which was part of Colorado State University's March 23, 2011 symposium on autism spectrum disorders in the college environment. 

Grandin gave the address to a standing-room-only audience.


  • Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, April 4, 6, and 8, 7:30 p.m. each night
  • Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, April 11, 13, and 15, 7:30 p.m. each night

The show also will run periodically in the future.

Personalizing the needs of students

The symposium addressed the special challenges and needs of students in higher education who have autism spectrum disorder. Grandin's talk (attended by approximately 400) was focused on helping attendees understand and personalize the needs of incoming students. 

CSU-TV, operated by Colorado State University’s Division of External Relations, airs over Channel 11 for Comcast subscribers in Fort Collins. All other viewers: connect to a live stream of CSU-TV here. 

Contact: Lindsay Connors
Phone: 491-2359