As part of National Autism Awareness Month in April, Dr. Temple Grandin, world-renowned animal scientist, sat down with one of her graduate students at Colorado State University to discuss her work in autism advocacy, animal behavior and food-animal welfare.
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Dr. Temple Grandin, a renowned animal-sciences professor at Colorado State University, teaches a class in livestock handling as a cow is held safely in a squeeze chute.
Grandin discusses her experiences and the impact of her work in an exclusive interview produced by CSU, The World Needs All Kinds Of Minds: An Interview with Dr. Temple Grandin.