Student design enlarges autistic child's world

Melissa Anderson’s thesis project not only helped her earn a master’s degree in interior design from Washington State University, but it also caught the attention of some heavyweight design experts.  Anderson, who just graduated from WSU, has been selected to showcase a poster version of her thesis at an international design conference in Providence, R.I., the end of May. Called the “Healthy + Healing Places Exhibition,” the four-day event will “highlight the power of good, smart and caring design work,” according to the website of the conference sponsor, the Environmental Design Research Association.

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Source: WSU News, Linda Weiford