2 Centers & Institutes
The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center (DDDC) serves the needs of people with autism spectrum disorders, their families and their schools. As an applied behavior analysis program, DDDC uses these principles to organize the delivery of services. The center recognizes the responsibility to work collaboratively with the families of the children and adults we serve, and with the agencies that fund their treatment. As a university-based program, the center's commitment includes the education of undergraduate and graduate students and the dissemination of knowledge through research, training, and consultative services.
The Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in STEM provides support and encouragement for undergraduate women pursuing degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The Douglass Project provides women in the STEM-related fields with personal, professional, and leadership development opportunities and provides support systems that encourage women to recognize their abilities, attain their educational goals, and ultimately pursue careers in the STEM fields.