(Formerly Graduate Speaker Series) LGBTIQA+ Speaker Series is a program of QGAPS (Queer Graduate and Professional Students), a collaboration between the LGBTQ Center and the Graduate School's Program for Diversity & Student Success, with the goal to share the work of graduate & professional students, faculty, and local professionals conducting research related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.
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9/23: Socioeconomic Status and Chronic Stress: New Opportunities to Understand Sexual and Gender Minorities
November 2019: TBD
- When the Political Becomes Personal: Discussing LGBTQ+ Issues and Politics in Therapy - Kimberly Pentel, M.A.
- Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Individuals: Changing the Conversation Around Suicide - Dana M. Cea
- Foucault Must Be Defended? Race, AIDS, and the Origins of Homonationalism - Travis Alexander
- Biracial and Multiracial LGBQ Undergraduate Student Leader Experiences - Bobby Kuntsman
- Queer Classrooms: Leaky, Joyful, Creative - Nicole Castro
- Tbe Battle Over Marriage: Messaging Strategies of Proponents and Opponents of Marriage Equality - Dr. Rhonda Gibson
- Nicaraguan Legacies: Advances and Setbacks in Feminist and LGBTQ Activism - Dr. Florence Babb
Sign Up to Become a Speaker
If you are conducting LGBTQ-related research and are interested in presenting as part of this series in the 2018-2019 school year, please complete this form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.