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Kim Kalthoff Named July 2014 Employee of the Month

June 27, 2014

Kim Kalthoff has been named George Mason Read More...

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Lessons Learned in Creating Online Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Graduate Certificate Program

May 20, 2014

Dr. Theodore Hoch, professor of the fully online Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Graduate Certificate program, utilizes innovative tools to deliver quality, accessible online courses. Read More...

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Farewell to Tom Scruggs and Margo Mastropieri at CEC

April 14, 2014

It was a grand farewell in a hotel ballroom in Read More...

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SEMINAR: “DS Connect – The Down Syndrome Registry”

April 4, 2014

Come and learn everything you need to know about the recently launched NIH Down Syndrome Registry on April 30, 2014.


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Assistive Technology Programs Now Online

November 11, 2013

The MEd in Curriculum and Instruction program launched the Assistive Technology concentration and certificate in a fully online format.


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ABA Workshop Series:
Practicing ABA within the Military and Veteran Community

November 6, 2013

This workshop addresses several topics that are relevant to practice with the military and veteran community. It will describe applying behavior analytic principles and procedures to help veterans, active military, and wounded warriors.


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ABA Workshop Series:
Effective Supervisors Do What It Takes

November 6, 2013

This workshop is for supervisors of those who deliver behavior-analytic services and those who are pursuing BACB certification. Presented by Guy Bruce, Ed.D., B.C.B.A.-D., on February 1, 2014.


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ABA Workshop Series: Everyday Challenges in Autism

October 8, 2013

This workshop will outline how to minimize the effects of autism by zeroing in on the core deficits that define the diagnosis: functional communication, social skills, and cooperation.


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ABA Workshop Series:
Ethics, Science, Pseudoscience, and Anti-Science in Autism

October 4, 2013

Dr. James T. Todd, Professor of Psychology at Eastern Michigan University, will talk about anti-science and pro-fad beliefs that have proliferated in the field of autism.


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