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Autism Speaks U Light It Up Blue Q&A Transcript

On Wednesday, February 19 the Autism Speaks U team hosted a Q&A for college students across the country. We discussed Light It Up Blue and Autism Awareness Month. Read the full transcript below! 

Once your school has confirmed that a building will be lit blue and/or your events have been confirmed, share your campus’ plans with the entire Autism Speaks community register them on the official Light It Up Blue website at www.autismspeaks.org/liub.

To receive materials for your Light It Up Blue plans submit the participation form at http://bit.ly/liubform.  In order to receive items by April 2, please confirm your plans by March 10. 
 

  We will get started in just 5 minutes!
 
 
2:56 
  Thank you everyone for joining us!
 
 
3:00 
  Let’s do roll call!
 
 
3:01 
  Submit the following:
• Name of college/university 
• If you are a member of an Autism Speaks U, Alpha Xi Delta or Theta Delta Chi chapter and your position. 
Example: Autism Speaks U Miami University, President
 
 
3:01 
 
Comment From Latoriya Young

Armstrong Atlantic State University

 
 
3:01 
 
Comment From Nick Woodward

University of Wisconsin Madison

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Guest

Duke University

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Guest

Autism Speaks U Fordham University, Co-President

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Bryan

Bryan, wanting to start something at Arizona State

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Sasha Odom

Indiana State University

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Sarah

University of Connecticut, Vice President

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Rebecca Newman

Autism Speaks U Clemson University, President

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Guest

Jack Kent, Theta Delta Chi - Kappa Charge, Philanthropy Chair (previously vice president)

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Guest

DePaul University, Alpha Xi Delta, Philanthropy Chair

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Justin Grossman

Autism Speaks U Slippery Rock University, President

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Nellie Guzman

Autism Speaks U West Virginia University, President

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Sara Jamison

Indiana University of Pa, Autism Speaks U

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Guest

Autism Speaks U SUNY New Paltz, President

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Taylir L

Autism Speaks U, The College at Brockport, President

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Noble

Autsim Speaks U , John Carroll University

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Guest

Autism Speaks U Armstrong Atlantic State University, Treasurer

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Guest

Alpha Xi Delta, University of Central Florida, Philanthropy Chair

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Katherine

University at Albany- SUNY Albany Autism Speak U

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Guest

University of Minnesota, Twin-Cities

 
 
3:02 
 
Comment From Anthony Nguyen

President, Autism Speaks U Case Western Reserve University

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Guest

Autism Speaks U Towson University, President

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Jordan Litt

University of Michigan, Autism Speaks U, Co-President

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Guest

The Ohio State University, Autism Speaks U, Secretary

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Max Fine

Duke University, Vice President Autism Speaks

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Guest

Binghamton University, Vice President

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Michelle Todd

Autism Speaks U University of Minnesota, President

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Guest

Autism Speaks U Illinois State University

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Sian Wynter

UMass Amherst, Vice-President

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Jamie Vanderbleek

Liberty University, Autism Speaks U, Vice President

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Guest

Autism Speaks U Manhattan College, President

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Nicole Pavlick

Autism Speaks U, University of Minnesota

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Guest

Autism Speaks U University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, President

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Nick Woodward

Vice Presidet Theta Delta Chi University of Wisconsin Madison and Vice President Autism Speaks U University of Wisconsin Madison

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Liz Manthe

UW-Oshkosh, Alpha Xi Delta, Light It Up Blue Chair

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Samantha Sallade

Autism Speaks U West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Vice President

 
 
3:03 
 
Comment From Jennifer McNulty

Manhattan College - Autism Speaks U, President

 
 
3:04 
 
Comment From Guest

University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

 
 
3:04 
 
Comment From Guest

Boston University- Autism Speaks U, Treasurer

 
 
3:04 
  Anyone else for the role call?
 
 
3:04 
 
Comment From Blaise Delfino

Autism Speaks U - East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania

 
 
3:05 
 
Comment From Nicole

Autism Speaks U Wilkes University, President.

 
 
3:05 
  Thank you everyone for joining us today! Let's get started.
 
 
3:05 
  This month’s Facebook Q&A will cover Light It Up Blue, World Autism Awareness Day and Autism Awareness Month.
 
 
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  This Q&A is text only – when submitting a question/comment there will be a delay from when it appears on the chat client.
 
 
3:06 
  When entering a response or question, include your school name and if you’re in an Autism Speaks U, Alpha Xi Delta or Theta Delta Chi chapter, so students can reach out to you if they have questions.
 
 
3:06 
  Tomorrow, a link will be posted to access the Q&A transcript on the Autism Speaks U Facebook page (facebook.com/AutismSpeaksU).
 
 
3:06 
  The Q&A will cover these 5 topics: 
1. What’s Light It Up Blue & World Autism Awareness Day
2. How to light up a building or monument blue
3. Additional ways to Light It Up Blue
4. Resources & materials
5. FAQs
 
 
3:07 
  Ready? Here we go! TOPIC 1: What is Light It Up Blue & World Autism Awareness Day.
 
 
3:08 
  Monday, April 2 = Light It Up Blue & World Autism Awareness Day
 
 
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  April = Autism Awareness Month
 
 
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  Light It Up Blue is Autism Speaks 5th annual awareness campaign, where iconic buildings, landmarks and schools across the world change their lights from white to blue on April 2nd in Honor of United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day.
 
 
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  So what does this mean?
 
 
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  April is a BIG deal, and we need your help turning everything BLUE!
 
 
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  Last year, more than 300 college campuses and 8,000 iconic landmarks and buildings in 101 countries turned their lights blue in honor of Autism Awareness Month.
 
 
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  This is a worldwide initiative – everything from the Empire State building to the Sydney Opera House to Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro will GO BLUE!
 
 
3:10 
  The celebration doesn’t stop after April 2, we’re lighting it up blue the entire month!
 
 
3:10 
Did your school Light It Up Blue last year?
Yes
 
 ( 68% )

No

 
 ( 32% )
 
 
3:10 
  Here are few images of campuses that participated in 2013 (hint: use these as ideas!):
 
 
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3:12 
  UConn lights up the Wilbur Cross building.
 
 
 
3:13 
  The Autism Speaks U chapter at the University of Massachusetts Amherst goes blue for Autism Speaks!
 
 
3:13 
California State University Channel Islands lights it up blue and displays the Autism Speaks logo on the side of a building.
 
 
3:13 
  California State University Channel Islands lights it up blue and displays the Autism Speaks logo on the side of a building.
 
 
3:13 
Members of Alpha Xi Delta at Southern Polytechnic State University paint their campus rock blue in honor of World Autism Awareness Day!
 
 
3:13 
  Members of Alpha Xi Delta at Southern Polytechnic State University paint their campus rock blue in honor of World Autism Awareness Day!
 
 
3:14 
Is your school planning to light it up a building/monument blue this year?
Yes
 
 ( 92% )

No

 
 ( 8% )
 
 
3:14 
  Below are 5 easy ways to get your school to participate in Light It Up Blue.
 
 
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  1. Decide what building you want to light up blue and have a few back ups. Determine this BEFORE asking your school to participate, so you’re prepared when meeting with the school.
 
 
3:16 
  2. See if there’s an Autism Speaks U chapter http://bit.ly/official_chapters) or one of our philanthropic partners (Αlpha Xi Deltahttp://www.alphaxidelta.org/chapters/ and Theta Delta Chihttp://bit.ly/U8AY0d) on your campus. If so, connect and work together.
 
 
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  3. Download a sample letter template at http://bit.ly/2014LIUBLETTER. Modify it and send to your Student Activities Office. Then contact their office to follow up on the request. Do this via email or make an in-person appointment.
 
 
3:17 
  • If you do not hear back within a few days, send a follow up email, call or go in person. Don’t be afraid to be persistent!
 
 
3:17 
  4. Ask different department heads (Psychology, Education, Communication, Speech & Hearing, Nursing, etc.) to also contact the Student Activities Office to ask the campus to light it up blue.
 
 
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  • The more support you get from academic departments, student organizations and Greek Life, the more likely the school will honor the request.
 
 
3:17 
  5. Explain to your school why it’s important to Light It Up Blue:
 
 
3:18 
  • Example I: your campus will align itself with over 300 prestigious colleges and universities worldwide who participated in last year’s record breaking awareness campaign, including Cornell, Johns Hopkins University, Northwestern, UC Berkeley and Penn State.
 
 
3:18 
  • Example II: your school’s participation will help shine a bright light on the growing health crisis of autism, which affects 1 in 88 American children – or 1 percent of the world’s population – approximately 70 million people.
 
 
3:18 
  Now, on to TOPIC 2: How to actually light up a building blue.
 
 
3:19 
  Here are 2 ways: 

1. The school purchases blue bulbs from a hardware or lighting supply store and replaces the white bulbs with blue ones. Contact your school’s facilities manager for specific details on what type of lights will be needed.

 
 
3:20 
  2. Place blue filters over the existing lights. These inexpensive filters can be purchased at http://rosco.com/liub/ or from a local lighting supply store.
 
 
3:21 
  A few tips about the filters: 

If the installed lights are very bright white light, then it is recommended to use Roscolux #80 Primary Blue. 

If the lights have a medium intensity or the surface isn't highly reflective, use Roscolux #68 Sky Blue.

 
 
3:22 
  The school’s facilities manager will be able to discuss this in more detail, but it’s helpful to have this information on hand.
 
 
3:22 
  If the lights cannot be changed and filters won’t work, schools have had their theater departments create a light box and put a puzzle piece cut-out over the light, so the puzzle piece can shine on the side of a building.
 
 
3:22 
 
 
3:23 
  TOPIC 3: Additional ways to Light It Up Blue
 
 
3:24 
  If your school is unable to light up a building blue there are SO MANY other ways to support Autism Speaks on April 2 and throughout the month of April!
 
 
3:24 
  Here are 11 additional ways to light up your campus blue:
 
 
3:24 
  1. If there is an electronic marquee on campus, ask them to display the Light It Up Blue logo and announce that it’s World Autism Awareness Day & Autism Awareness Month!
 
 
3:25 
 
 
3:25 
  2. Light up the sorority and fraternity houses blue. If changing the lights is too difficult, provide blue Christmas lights or a blue porch light.
 
 
3:25 
 
 
3:25 
  3. Encourage students, faculty and staff to all wear blue on April 2, or on another designated day in April. Gather together, take a picture, post it on Facebook or Instagram and on the Light It Up Blue website (www.autismspeaks.org/liub). Send it toautismspeaksu@autismspeaks.org so we can promote it too!
 
 
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3:26 
  4. Get a banner hung in the student center or a residence hall to let everyone know that it’s World Autism Awareness Day.
 
 
3:26 
 
 
3:26 
  5. Does your school have a well-known statue, monument or mascot? If so, decorate it with Autism Speaks U banners, gear and blue balloons!
 
 
3:27 
 
 
3:27 
  6. Paint the campus blue! See how one school got approval to paint their campus’ wall.
 
 
3:27 
 
 
3:27 
  7. Host a “BLUE” fundraiser, like a blue ice cream social, blue flower sale or blueberry bagel eating contest! This campus hosted a completely BLUE bake sale!
 
 
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3:28 
  8. Partner with the school’s athletic department and have sports teams add Autism Speaks U logo to their uniform or helmets!
 
 
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3:28 
  9. Work with the campus coffee shop to add custom stickers to coffee sleeves that promote your events and Autism Awareness Month!
 
 
3:29 
 
 
3:29 
  10. Sell puzzle piece cards for $1 each, have students sign their names and hang them up in the center of campus to raise awareness.
 
 
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3:29 
  11. Deck out in blue from head to toe for your school’s big game, or purchase a blue suit for someone to wear while passing out materials!
 
 
3:30 
 
 
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3:30 
  There are SO many different ways to light up your campus blue!
 
 
3:30 
  Be creative, think OUTSIDE the box and remember to post your pictures!
 
 
3:31 
  What events is your campus hosting to celebrate Light It Up Blue and Autism Awareness Month? 

Please include your school name and if you’re in an Autism Speaks U, Alpha Xi Delta or Theta Delta Chi chapter.

 
 
3:31 
 
Comment From Nellie Guzman

Autism Speaks U West Virginia University, we aren't allowed to light up any buildings but we are putting luminaries with blue glow sticks out on the campus green behind our student center

 
 
3:32 
 
Comment From Nick Woodward VP TDX & Autism Speaks U UW-Madison

We are attempting to get the state capitol building blue as well as the Lincoln Monument on campus and the hill in front of it

 
 
3:32 
 
Comment From Steven Anderson

I am hoping to pass out info handouts on the day and spread as much blue as possible on the UCLA campus.

 
 
3:32 
 
Comment From Blaise Delfino

We will be hosting a light it up blue ceremony with members of greek life, attending a walk in allentown, PA, as well as hosting a walk on campus!

 
 
3:32 
 
Comment From Sara Jamison

Indiana University Of Pa, Autism Speaks U President, we are putting ribbons around trees that are in the center of campus.

 
 
3:32 
 
Comment From Latoriya Young-Autism Speaks U Armstrong Atlantic State University

We are hosting a forum, a Blue and White Party, and teaming up with other autism facilities in the community to make up a calendar of events that students and people in the community can enjoy together. (Armstrong Atlantic State University)

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Jamie Vanderbleek

Liberty University, A Light It Up Blue Cookout outside main building on April 2 while building is lit up blue

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Natalie, Binghamton University, Autism Speaks u

teaming up with our school mascot. He will wear an "Autism Speaks" t-shirt at the games that month

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Taylir L

Autism Speaks U, The College at Brockport. Our dining halls are going blue on 4/2 with food, clothing, decorations, etc. We are working with administration to light up our clock tower and water fountain blue, and Greek life may be changing their porch lights and fundraising as well.

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Guest

Autism Speaks U Towson University: every year we walk around campus at night on April 2nd with blue glow sticks and physically light up campus ourselves

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Noble

Decorating our schools statue blue, tying blue ribbons around campus' trees. We are still brain storming!

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Guest

Autism Speaks U, Illinois State University Chapter, we are hosting a Light It Up Blue event where we are formally lighting the building. We are selling t-shirts for students to wear on April 2nd along with the lighting

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Jennifer McNulty

Manhattan College Autism Speaks U : Blue puzzle piece scavenger hunt, where there will be blue puzzle pieces all over campus that will have facts about Autism leading up to the event. Light Up the Quad Blue and planning on lighting up the chapel!

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Sarah

University of Connecticut - Autism Speaks U. We will be lighting up various buildings on campus and in the greek village. We will be painting the school rock. We also will be tabling in the Union; handing out flyers for our annual 5K walk/run and facts about Autism.

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Max Fine

Duke University. Autism Speaks U plans to light the Duke Chapel blue. Coach K and other Duke Basketball figures will wear blue pins throughout april.

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Latoriya Young-Autism Speaks U Armstrong Atlantic State University

We will be giving treats to anyone wearing blue that day!

 
 
3:33 
 
Comment From Natalie, Binghamton University, Autism Speaks u

Also lighting up our Library tower

 
 
3:34 
 
Comment From Jordan Litt

We will be passing out blue ribbons, and handouts about Autism Speaks ... We will also paint our schools rock (a monument at Michigan).

 
 
3:34 
 
Comment From Katherine - SUNY Albany Autism Speaks U, President

My school is cohosting with other clubs and Greek life to do a carnival/festival in April. There will be activities for people to participate in so it can be education and fun at the same time. Also "blue" bake sales

 
 
3:34 
 
Comment From Anthony Nguyen

Case Western Reserve University, Autism Speaks U. In addition to lighting up the Peter B. Lewis building which is one of the most popular buildings on campus, we are partnering with another organization for a free blue Autism t-shirt giveaway. We are also hosting a fundraising dinner that same night

 
 
3:34 
 
Comment From Rebecca Newman

Clemson is hoping to light up our Library Blue and hold an all blue bake sale/coffee sale!

 
 
3:34 
  These are all great ideas!
 
 
3:34 
 
Comment From Samantha Sallade

West Chester University: Lighting up the West Chester Ram monument

 
 
3:34 
 
Comment From Nicole

We will be selling t-shirts and puzzle pieces during the last week of March through the third week in April. I also plan to use our t-shirts for our mascot, the Colonel (who is already blue!) and our John Wilkes Statue. We also want to host a movie night on April 2nd, and some other fun events throughout the month.

 
 
3:34 
 
Comment From Jessica Hargrave Alpha Xi Delta, University of Central Florida

We are working to get the giant reflection pond in the center of campus lit up blue as well as Greek Park and other monumental campus locations.

 
 
3:35 
 
Comment From Liz Manthe

UW-Oshkosh. We are lighting up the school sign, dorm buildings, Greek houses. We are also working to decorate coffee cup sleeves!

 
 
3:35 
 
Comment From Guest

At Ohio State, we will be having a celebration/festival. We will be selling t-shirts, having a raffle, and lighting up the area up blue with mason jars. Some of our basketball players should also be in attendance.

 
 
3:35 
 
Comment From Jordan Litt

University of Michigan - Autism Speaks U. We will be handing out blue ribbons that students can tie on their backpacks, passing out flyers. We will also paint our schools rock (a monument at Michigan).

 
 
3:35 
 
Comment From Latoriya Young-Autism Speaks U Armstrong Atlantic State University

We are teaming up with one of our frats on campus, Pi Kappa Alpha, and selling shirts to raise money for autism awareness.

 
 
3:35 
 
Comment From Sian Wynter

Autism Speaks U, UMass Amherst: We have a lot of events planned for the first week of April that includes a children's concert, guest speaker and coffee cup stickers. This all ends with the 5K that we host on April 6th with tons of free games and activities as well as food. We are especially excited this year as Greek life has made attendance to our event mandatory!

 
 
3:35 
 
Comment From Haley Benson

Alpha Xi Delta, DePaul University: We're going to be hosting our "Puzzlepalooza" competition on April 2nd so we will be tabling throughout the day and encouraging people to wear blue-possible handing treats out to people wearing blue. We are not allowed to light any buildings.

 
 
3:35 
 
Comment From Danielle

Autism Speaks U SUNY New Paltz will be lighting up our student union building blue for the 3rd year. We will also be tabling the whole first week of April with a room that will have blue hair extensions being sold, henna tattoos being done, snacks like blue cotton candy, and a speaker talking about sensory integration

 
 
3:36 
  Thank you everyone for sharing your plans! It looks like we have some wonderful events happening across the country this April!
 
 
3:36 
 
Comment From Latoriya Young-Autism Speaks U Armstrong Atlantic State University

We are inviting families from the community to join us on campus and going to guest speakers, music, and lots of fun!

 
 
3:36 
  Now on to TOPIC 4: Resources & Materials for April
 
 
3:37 
  Once the school has confirmed that a building will be lit blue and/or your event(s) have been confirmed, share your campus’ plans with the entire Autism Speaks community register them on the official Light It Up Blue website at www.autismspeaks.org/liub.
 
 
3:37 
  Now this is a very important piece of information:
 
 
3:37 
  To receive materials for your Light It Up Blue plans please submit the participation form at http://bit.ly/liubform.
 
 
3:38 
  In order to receive items by April 2, please confirm your plans and submit the form by March 10.
 
 
3:38 
  Each school that confirms their plans by March 10 will receive:

1 Banner
100 Light It Up Blue slim jims
100 Light It Up Blue stickers 
100 Autism Speaks Temporary tattoos

 
 
3:39 
  Don’t start from scratch designing materials! Below are this year’s Light It Up Blue materials for college students (feel free to print additional copies!).
 
 
3:39 
  Light It Up Blue College Handout (http://bit.ly/liubcollegehandout): It offers ideas on how to get your campus involved. Share it with the school and local businesses if they want more information.
 
 
3:40 
  Light It Up Blue Stickers - http://bit.ly/liubstickers; pass out to students on campus, so everyone knows your campus Lights It Up Blue for Autism Speaks!
 
 
3:40 
 
 
3:40 
  Light It Up Blue Banners & Logos – (http://liub.autismspeaks.org/resources): these images can be posted on the school’s website/TVs/marquees.
 
 
3:41 
  Now for the final topic
 
 
3:41 
  TOPIC 5: FAQs – These questions were asked numerous times last year. Let’s address them now so you have all the information while planning.
 
 
3:42 
  Q: Is April 2 the only day my school can light up a building or host an event?
 
 
3:42 
  A: No, The school and local community can Light It Up Blue any time in April as it’s Autism Awareness Month!
 
 
3:42 
  Q: My school says lighting up a building with cost XX amount of dollars. How do we get this expense covered?
 
 
3:43 
  A: If the school says it will cost XX amount to light up a building, apply through the school (generally the Student Government Association) to get the costs covered. Note this needs to be done in advance. 
If partnering with a Greek organization or student club see if they have a philanthropy budget to help cover the costs. 
 
 
3:43 
  First ask the school if they can lower the cost as it is a worldwide initiative that is educating students, faculty and staff on a growing health crisis that affects 1 in 88 American children – or 1 percent of the world’s population – approximately 70 million people.
 
 
3:43 
  If the school cannot lower the costs and you are unable to receive funding, get creative in lighting up the campus blue – decorate the school’s mascot or statue (with permission, of course), have the Light It Up Blue logo placed on the school website, TVs or electronic marquee (that’s free!) and host BLUE themed events.
 
 
3:44 
  Q: My school will be lighting up a building blue on April 2 and throughout April. Who should I contact at Autism Speaks to confirm our participation?
 
 
3:44 
  A: Once the school has confirmed that a building will be lit blue and/or your event(s) have been confirmed, share your campus’ plans with the entire Autism Speaks community register them on the official Light It Up Blue website at www.autismspeaks.org/liub.
 
 
3:45 
  To receive materials for your Light It Up Blue plans submit the participation form at http://bit.ly/liubform.
 
 
3:45 
  Also email your local Autism Speaks contact, so he/she knows what’s taking place in the community and can help support your efforts! If you don’t know who your local contact is, emailautismspeaksu@autismspeaks.org and we will connect you!
 
 
3:46 
  Q: Does Autism Speaks want pictures of the buildings lit blue or of events?
 
 
3:46 
  A: YES!! Take pictures, or even better, ask the school’s newspaper or photography club to take high-resolution pictures of the buildings lit blue and at the events. Remember what you’re doing is newsworthy, so involve the campus paper!

Send all pictures to autismspeaksu@autismespeaks.org and we’ll promote your efforts nationally.

 
 
3:46 
  Now, let’s open this up to Q&A. Please enter any questions you have.
 
 
3:47 
 
Comment From Latoriya Young-Autism Speaks U Armstrong Atlantic State University

Who would we contact if we not only wanted LIUB materials for our campus but also to put out in local businesses that has partnered with us in the community?

 
 
3:49 
  Great questions!
 
 
3:49 
  You would fill out the form to receive some materials and if you need more contact the Autism Speaks national office and your local Autism Speaks Contact
 
 
3:50 
 
Comment From Steven Anderson

If I have recently created the UCLA chapter for Autism Speaks U, but have not yet gained provisionary status, am I allowed to Light It Up Blue with the Autism Speaks U name?

 
 
3:50 
  Yes! But please get your paperwork into us ASAP as we would love to have an Autism Speaks U chapter on your campus.
 
 
3:51 
  We have time for a few more questions.
 
 
3:51 
 
Comment From Sara Jamison Indiana University of PA

How do we receive a banner that has our University name on it?

 
 
3:52 
  If you are an official chapter and have not yet received your custom chapter banner email autismspeaksu@autismspeaks.org.
 
 
3:53 
  Anymore questions about Light It Up Blue or Autism Awareness Month?
 
 
3:54 
 
Comment From Blaise Delfino - Autism Speaks U President (ESU)

This isn't so much a question, but moreso an invite! I was able to set up a Walk on Campus on April 27th (some paperwork still has to go through) but we are extending an invite to all chapters that are in close proximity to East Stroudsburg University in Stroudsburg, PA !

 
 
3:55 
  Well we are just about out of time
 
 
3:57 
  BIG thanks to all of the Autism Speaks U, Alpha Xi Delta and Theta Delta Chi chapters for your dedication and support. You are doing an incredible job!
 
 
3:57 
 
Comment From Nick Woodward VP TDX & Autism Speaks U UW-Madison

Blaise, could you actually email me? We are trying to get a walk on campus here too but could use any advice possible. nwwoodward@wisc.edu

 
 
3:57 
 
Comment From Noble- John Carroll- Autism Speaks U

Thank you for all of the information! It is extremely helpful!!

 
 
3:57 
  For more information, visit www.AutismSpeaks.org/U! If we did not get to your question or you have a few more, emailautismspeaksu@autismspeaks.org.
 
 
3:58 
  Have a great night!
 
 
3:59 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

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