Video: Interview with Temple Grandin

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Autism advocate, animal behaviorist and teacher. Colorado State University Animal Sciences Professor Temple Grandin talks about her life, autism and the impact of her work. In the interview, Grandin discusses with one of her doctoral students, Ruth Woiwode, her teaching goals, some of her significant innovations and helping kids with autism. Grandin -- who thinks in pictures -- describes her life experiences to demonstrate that people with different abilities contribute to the world.


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