This Safe Space 2.0 will look at how homophobia and heterosexism (along with transphobia and biphobia) present themselves on campus. Participants will also learn how to mitigate these things from happening on campus and how to interrupt them when they see them.
The Safe Space 2.0 series goes more in depth about specific LGBTQ topics and issues. They are usually between 1 and 1.5 hours and vary …more
Students passionate about women's, gender, and sexuality studies are invited to participate in a panel discussion with alumni, faculty, and students from the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program. Receive career-related tips and advice from alumni who have launched diverse and rewarding careers. Refreshments will be served. Register now. Panelists include: Cara George, CAS/BA '01 …more