Autism Education Conference 2017

Autism Education Conference 2017

The 3rd annual Autism Education Conference at NYU Abu Dhabi brings together families touched by autism, leading professionals in the field, special educators and volunteers involved with the local autism community.

Date: April 29, 2017

Open to the public.

Upcoming Conferences

Additional conferences are in the works and will be posted when available.

  1. Autism Education Conference 2017
  2. The Islamic Multiverse and Histories of Everyday Social Discourse
  3. The 1st Middle East Population Health Research Conference
  4. Head CASE: Consciousness and Semantic Externalism (New York)
  5. Angel Rising 2017 Investor Education Symposium
  6. Entrepreneurship and Private Enterprise Development (EPED) in Emerging Economies (New York)

Past Conferences for Academic Year 2016- 2017

  1. OPEC and the Global Energy Order
  2. The 2017 Annual NYUAD International Hackathon for Social Good in the Arab World
  3. Digital Humanities Abu Dhabi
  4. Biomedical and Biosystems Conference
  5. ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security (ASIACCS) 2017
  6. Making Strides in Cancer Research Using Zebrafish
  7. Global Macroeconomics
  8. CEPR-NYUAD Drivers of Economic Divergence: Institutions, Geography and Technology
  9. Imagine Science Abu Dhabi 2017
  10. Scientific Research for Cultural Heritage
  11. Islam and Spain
  12. NYU Social Media & Political Participation Conference (SMaPP)
  13. Genomics and Systems Biology VII
  14. Winter Institute in Statistical Genetics Abu Dhabi 2017 (WISG)
  15. South of Everything: A Workshop on Global Legal Education
  16. Marriage, Family, Religion and Culture
  17. IEEE SPS Winter School on Security and Privacy Issues in Biometrics
  18. Working Group in African Political Economy (WGAPE)
  19. Advances in Mechanism Design
  20. 2nd Joint UAE Symposium on Social Robotics
  21. The 2nd NYUAD Transportation Symposium
  22. Body Voices 2016: Narrating Migration
  23. NYUAD Cyber Security Awareness Week
  24. Revisiting 1968 and the Global Sixties