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Animals Make Us Human: Creating the Best Life for AnimalsANIMALS MAKE US HUMAN: CREATING THE BEST LIFE FOR ANIMALS by Grandin, Temple (Author) on Jan-06-2009 Hardcover

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Books by Temple Grandin (Author of Thinking in Pictures)

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — Renowned livestock expert and author Temple Grandin, whose life became an award-winning movie, will be at New Mexico State University this month to teach students and faculty about animal science and autism.

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – Professor and prolific author Temple Grandin, said to be one of the most accomplished and well-known adults with autism in the world, will be the keynote speaker for the President’s Convocation at Illinois Wesleyan on Wednesday, Sept. 10.

The Autistic Brain: Helping Different Kinds of Minds Succeed

Temple Grandin, Author at Spectrum

Well-known autism activist Temple Grandin's new book , argues that autism is too often thought to be a disease of the mind when really it is a disease of the brain. At 65, Grandin has had a long run with autism activism, a successful career in academia, authored several books, is the subject of a biographical film and made Time's top 100 list of influential people in 2010. She spoke with The Sunday Edition's Michael Enright about her new book and the changes she's seen in the way autism is treated over the years.

Renowned livestock expert and author Temple Grandin, whose life became an award-winning movie, will be at New Mexico State University this month to teach students and faculty about animal science and autism.