Renowned advocate for people with autism makes return visit to Clemson

A Colorado State University animal science professor, Temple Grandin, will make a return speaking appearance next month to Clemson University. In her capacity as an advocate for people with autism, Grandin will speak at 9 o’clock Thursday morning, March 7 to faculty and students on animal science research. Her focus will be how the livestock industry handles animals thru her perspective as a person with autism. Grandin spoke at Clemson last spring to the South Carolina Cattlemen’s Association. On the evening of March 7, she will speak on living with autism in an event open to the public at 7 o’clock on the campus of Southern Wesleyan University. That talk is a ticketed event, for which tickets may be purchased thru the Southern Wesleyan box office.