Registration is now open for the 16th annual New Jersey Association for Behavior Analysis (NJABA) conference, taking place virtually on Friday, April 16th. Visit this link to register and secure your chance to view several GSAPP experts’ enlightening presentations!
Courtney Butler, BCBA, RCAAS-CSP Program Coordinator and Whitney Pubylski-Yanofchick, BCBA, RCAAS-SCALE Behavior Analyst, will present as part of symposiums to address their research conducted on the professional development skills among college students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and employment support for adults with ASD, respectively. Kate Fiske, PhD, BCBA-D, Clinical Associate Professor, Director of Academic Training and Family Support Services at the DDDC, along with GSAPP graduate students, Jacqueline Shinall and Samreen Rizvi, will speak at the conference workshop entitled, “Teaching Cultural Humility in the Graduate Classroom.”
In addition to relevant symposiums, workshops and panel presentations, the day-long event will feature a fully interactive poster session and exhibitor hall. Continuing education credits are available. Learn more here, and congratulations to all of our GSAPP presenters for sharing their insight and knowledge!