The Princeton University Neurodiversity Collective (PUNC) empowers Princeton’s self-identifying neurodiverse students, faculty, post-docs, and staff, by building supportive communities, engaging in advocacy, fostering positive newfound visibility, and equipping the neurodiverse community with tools for professional and personal success. We strive to acknowledge and rectify persistent ableist inequalities and to increase awareness of the Princeton campus community’s neurodiverse population. PUNC welcomes and celebrates all cognitive identities with or without a specific diagnosis. This group is peer-led.
Membership: Open to self-identifying neurodiverse undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, post-docs, and staff.
Day/Time, TBDSupported by Laura Murray, McGraw Center.
Email Sarah Marie