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4/1/2010 —

Penn State Brandywine will host a fact-filled, informative lecture, titled “Careers in Behavior Analysis: Working with Children who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder,” at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 6, in the Tomezsko Classroom Building, room 103.

The Social Science Brown Bag lecture (which means attendees are invited to bring their lunches) will feature Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Melmark George Linke as he talks to students and the campus community about working with children who have autism spectrum disorder.

This lecture is being sponsored by the Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) department. For more information, contact Assistant Professors of HDFS Jennifer Zosh (jzosh@psu.edu) and Tia Kim (tkim@psu.edu).

Melmark is a provider of residential, educational, vocational and therapeutic services for adults and children with intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injuries, autism spectrum disorders and other neurological and genetic disorders.

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