Attention AES Students:
Are YOU an Adult with Aspergers? Autism? PDD-NOS?
Do you ever wish research on the autism spectrum reflected
YOUR attitudes, experiences, and opinions?
You are invited to participate in an online research study about the experiences and attitudes of individuals on the autism spectrum. Little is known about how adults on the autism spectrum think about themselves or their experiences. Little is also known about how individuals on the autism spectrum view the diagnosis.
Your participation in this study may help advance understanding of the perceptions and experiences of adults on the autism spectrum.
To participate in this study, you need to:
Participation in this study includes a chance to win a
- Be 18 – 25 years old
- Have a diagnosis or identify with a diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism, or PDD-NOS
- Be able to complete on online survey
$100 Visa Gift Card.
To participate in this study, please use the following link:
Gender Neutral Restrooms Advertised on Campus:
Working with Campus Facility Services, LGBT FSC and others on campus, The Multicultural Success Center has created a comprehensive list of the Gender-Neutral restroom locations for IUPUI. Please click the previous link for a pdf document detailing all available locations.
Parking Changes : The purpose of this message is to inform you of the construction schedule of the new University Hall building (301 N. University Blvd.) that will be erected in lot 81 on the corner of University Blvd. and New York Street.
The official ground breaking ceremony is scheduled for February 13th. Site capture is expected as early as February 3 or 7, 2014. The expected
duration of the project is approximately 15 months. Please see the attached site logistics plan for details. Changes in the area include:
AES coordinates support services and academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Ensuring that these students have equal opportunities to pursue a college education, while also ensuring a high level of academic integrity is maintained.
We understand students with disabilities face unique challenges in college and our services are designed to maximize potential and minimize disability by providing professors, instructors, and university staff with expert advice and technical assistance.
AES and IUPUI feel all students regardless of disability deserve equal opportunities to achieve and succeed. However, students, faculty and administration sometimes don’t see eye-to-eye when viewing equal access. During those times, AES acts as a liaison office, ensuring students and the IUPUI community understand and promote important legislation like the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, to name a few.