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Grand Valley State University
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Grand Valley State University, established in 1960, is a four-year public university. It attracts nearly 24,000 students with its high quality programs and state-of-the-art facilities. Grand Valley provides a fully accredited liberal undergraduate and gra
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Local News - 92.7 The Van WYVN - Holland Michigan's Classic Hits Radio
927thevan.com, 2 Oct 2015 [cached]
Grand Valley State University Psychology Professor Dr. Amy Matthews (photo courtesy Grand Valley State University)
LANSING, MI (WHTC) - Grand Valley State Psychology Professor Amy Matthews of Grand Haven has been reappointed by Governor Snyde...
Autism Council | MSHA
www.michiganspeechhearing.org, 22 Nov 2012 [cached]
Amy Matthews, of Grand Haven, will represent state-funded initiatives for a three-year term ending Sept. 30, 2015.
She is an associate professor of psychology at Grand Valley State University, focusing on autism and intellectual and development disabilities, and is director of the Statewide Autism Resources and Training Project.
Matthews is a licensed psychiatrist and holds a Ph.D. and master's in clinical psychology from Binghamton University, and a bachelor's in psychology from UC Santa Barbara.
Amy Matthews, Ph.D., ...
autismallianceofmichigan.org, 21 July 2012 [cached]
Amy Matthews, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology, Grand Valley State University; Director, START
Amy Matthews is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Grand Valley State University.
She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Binghamton University in 1998.
teaches courses related to childhood disabilities, including an autism practicum that involves direct experience working with children with autism, and courses for ACE, the Autism Collaborative Endorsement Program.
Dr. Matthews is the Director of the Statewide Autism Resources and Training Project (START) funded by the Michigan Department of Education.
SouthBendTribune.com: Senate proposal focuses on vaccines, autism
www.southbendtribune.com, 26 Sept 2005 [cached]
Dr. Amy Matthews, project director of Grand Valley State University's Autism Education Center, said she doesn't believe thimerosal is worth worrying about.
"I don't think that the available literature necessarily supports a link between vaccines and autism," Matthews
The Michigan ASD State Plan was ...
www.theoaklandpress.com, 1 Mar 2013 [cached]
The Michigan ASD State Plan was created by development and advisory committees, led by Amy Matthews, Ph. D., of Grand Valley State University.
The committees were comprised of 51 individuals including the Michigan Departments of Community Health, Education, Human Services, and Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, parents, adults on the autism spectrum, educators, agency/ organization professionals, health care providers, university faculty, state grant project staff, and state government personnel.