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Christy Oslund

Succeeding as a Student in the STEM Fields with an Invisible Disability

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Catalog No. 28247The STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) attract many students with autism, ADD, affective disorders and related invisible disabilities who are highly intelligent and analytical, but who, upon entering higher education, may find that they struggle with independent living and a different way of learning.

This is a preparation guide for students and their families that explains everything they need to know about the university experience including classroom behavior, study skills, self-reliance, accessing support services, and when parents should and shouldn't get involved. Offering practical advice and strategies, this is a useful handbook that students can refer to again and again throughout their college years guiding them on their paths to becoming the inventors, scientists, engineers, and computer entrepreneurs of the future.

Christy Oslund is Co-ordinator of Student Disability Services in the Dean of the Students' Office at Michigan Technological University. She has a PhD in rhetoric and technical communication from Michigan Technological University and an MA in philosophy from Michigan State University. She is an active member of the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD).

160 pages. 2013


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