BA, First-Class Honours Dual Degree:
Sociology and Gender, Sexuality & Diversity Studies
Beth Radulski is the first openly Autistic Autism researcher at La Trobe University. She regularly engages with media and community groups to advocate for Neurodiversity acceptance through public speaking, online articles, and interviews.
Drawing upon her academic background in Sociology and Gender, Sexuality and Diversity Studies, Beth works within the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Students at La Trobe University, where her role as Project Officer: Neurodiversity centers around improving accessibility and acceptance for Neurodiverse staff and students.
Beth is a current PhD Candidate at the Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre and Department of Social Inquiry (LTU). She sits on the Executive Committee of the Australasian Society for Autism Research and is an Advisor for Untapped.
Beth delivers a talk on Autism Activism and the Neurodiversity Movement at MFU
Beth Radulski is the winner of a 2020 College Provost Teaching Award at La Trobe University.
"For inspiring teaching practice and support for student learning through leadership in the areas of equity and Neurodiversity."
2020 First-Place winner in Humanities and Social Sciences,
La Trobe University
The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition challenges PhD Candidates to translate their PhD into a 3-minute speech aimed at a general audience.
Beth Radulski was the recipient of a Pro-Vice Chancellor's Commendation in 2016
For academic excellence in maintaining a grade point average within the top 15% of the cohort for the duration of one academic year.
Beth is completing a PhD on Autism at La Trobe University, where she also teaches undergraduate students in Neurodiveristy studies, and works as the Project Officer: Neurodiversity
Beth works as an advisor with Untapped. She works extensively on the Neurodiversity Hub project, with the aim of improving tertiary accessibility for Neurodiverse students.
Beth sits on the Executive Committee for the Australasian Society for Autism Research, where she advocates for Autistic representation in the research and academic communities.
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