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December 2019: Research
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How To
Just for Researchers: How to Submit A Competitive Proposal

OAR has created a new video and preparation tip sheet to help research grant applicants prepare more competitive proposals.

Research Review
     
Improving the Efficacy of Technological Instruction

An OAR-funded graduate researcher adapted a summer camp tech workshop to improve learning and engagement.

Perspective
OAR: Then and Now

Peter Gerhardt, founding chairman of OAR's Scientific Council, reflects on OAR's progress over the past 18 years.


 
Resource Spotlight
     
Parent's Research Guide

OAR will release a new version of the Parent's Research Guide on December 13.


 
OAR News
Your Generosity Translates Into Needed Resources

When you contribute to OAR, you are providing much needed resources to people with autism and their families.

     
Volunteers Wanted for New Hire Autism Navigator Program

Do you love polishing resumes and reviewing cover letters?  Then OAR has a volunteer role for you.


 
     
OAR Surpasses $4 Million in Research Funding

OAR is proud to announce the funding of seven new research studies.


 
     
2020 Applied Research Competition Now Open

OAR invites researchers to submit research pre-proposals for the annual Applied Research Competition. 


 
     
2020 Scholarship Application Period Opens

OAR applicants can apply for a Schwallie Family Scholarship or Lisa Higgins Hussman Scholarship, each offering $3,000 scholarships.


 
     
OAR Top Rated for the 10th Year in a Row

OAR thanks the friends and supporters whose reviews earned us a top-rated designation from GreatNonprofts.


 
Community News
Simulated Flight Experiences Make Travel Easier
 
For people with autism and their families, simulated flight experiences can make travel familiar and comfortable. 
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