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Lessons from a lifetime of leading with autism

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Holden Thorp was chancellor of UNC -Chapel Hill, provost of Washington University in St. Louis, and now Editor-in-Chief of Science. Although he had trouble with social interactions throughout life, particularly in large groups as UNC Chancellor, he was not diagnosed as autistic until age 53 while considering whether to become a chancellor again. His journey to the neurodiversity movement involved consulted with many outstanding experts on autism and reflections on challenges autistic leaders face.

This event will be held at the Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, Cambridge. Doors open at 10am, and the talk will commence at 10.30am. There isn’t a booking system for so please aim to arrive early to secure your seat. We will also be hosting this online if you prefer to join remotely.

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