The PRT Pocket Guide is NOW AVAILABLE !
Drs. Lynn and Robert Koegel are featured in UCSB Today Magazine
Watch Dr. Lynn Koegel on Supernanny! and The Science Discovery Channel!
The UCSB Koegel Autism Center is now offering the Get Help in the First Thirty Days Program
The Koegel Autism Center's Two-Day Workshop is Featured in Recent Imperial Valley Press Article
The Koegel Autism Center's Innovative Research on College Students with Autism is Featured in Recent Noozhawk Article
Cutting edge research offers autism intervention funded by Autism Speaks
Drs. Robert and Lynn Koegel present at the 6th Annual Autism Spectrum Disorders Update at Stanford University.
Dr. Ty Vernon is offered, and accepts an assistant professor position in the Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology program at UCSB.
Sunny Kim is this year's recipient of the Thomas Haring Award in Special Education.
The Koegel Autism Center travels to Italy!
The Koegel Autism Center is hiring! Click below for job posting and more info!
A major Yale University study reveals that PRT changes brain activity in children with autism to more closely resemble that of typically developing children.
Artwork by one of our past clients showcased in an international art exhibition in Florence, Italy!
Sunny Kim receives funding from the Organization of Autism Research to train paraprofessionals to provide appropriate social opportunities for children with ASD.
Koegel Autism Center Assessment Clinic opens under the supervision of Dr. Ty Vernon. Read more.
Drs. Robert and Lynn Koegel receive 2011 Alumni Assocation Awards. Read more
The Koegel Autism Center receives funding from the Department of Rehabilitation to develop and implement methods of support for individuals with autism in work and university settings. Read More
Whitney J. Detar (Smith) is named recipient of the 2010-11 Office of the President Community College Research Assistantship. Read more.
Mi Na Park receives a grant from the Organization of Autism Research to improve social communication through self-management. Read more.
Sunny Kim and Ben Schwartzman present a poster at a conference for UC SPEDDR.
Whitney Detar (Smith) is awarded prestigious Siff Fellowship. Read more.