Tuesday, February 18, 2014 05:08 PM
LGBTQ Student Services in Higher Education
Friday, July 11, 2014
University of Vermont
The Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals, in conjunction with the University of Vermont, is proud to offer a unique educational opportunity to higher education professionals in the Northeast region. At our day-long institute, professionals are invited to connect with colleagues across the region, discuss emerging trends in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) student services, and share knowledge and struggles regarding specific campus policies.
- Describe relevant and emerging information on trends in LGBTQ student services
- Develop collaborative structures for networking across the Northeast region
- Engage in critical discussions and problem-solving about regional, local, and campus-specific policies
- Define strategies for creating and maintaining durable and sustainable campus partnerships
Who should attend?
- Higher education professionals and administrators seeking to better serve LGBTQ campus communities
- Student affairs graduate students seeking to increase skills and knowledge to better serve LGBTQ students
About the Consortium
The combined vision and mission of the Consortium is to achieve higher education environments in which lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni have equity in every respect. Our goals are to support colleagues and develop curriculum to professionally enhance this work; to seek climate improvement on campuses; and to advocate for policy change, program development, and establishment of LGBT Office/Centers.
We represent nearly 600 members worldwide, across a wide range of college, university, and non-profit contexts. Our all-volunteer board is committed to anti-racism, social justice, education, and inclusion.
Registration information will be available soon, on this page.
For more information about the institute, contact Raja Bhattar, Education Chair at email@example.com
Tuesday, January 28, 2014 09:40 AM
2013 was a spectacular year for the Consortium! Read all about our year in our annual report.
Sunday, January 26, 2014 04:18 PM
With Creating Change less than a week away, the Consortium has planned multiple events during the conference. Be sure to check the program guide for specifics and locations.
And don’t forget to join us on Twitter by following and contributing to #LGBTcampusCC14.
If you plan to arrive early to Houston, we heavily encourage folks to participate in the Racial Justice Institute on Wednesday January 29th, facilitated by the Washington Consulting Group. It is a time to examine the connection between racial justice and LGBT liberation in contemporary social justice movements.
After the Institute, on Wednesday night, is the annual Consortium Business Meeting. This is a time to connect with colleagues, hear about the Consortium's work, and celebrate a great year. Thursday, January 30th is when our annual LGBT Campus Resource Professional Institute will be held. Each year this a chance to connect with colleagues and develop our work on college campuses. After the Institute, during the Opening Plenary, the Consortium will be giving one of it's annual awards on stage...make sure to cheer loud for our award winners! In addition to these events, the Consortium offers multiple times for members to gather:
- Consortium sponsored Academy Sessions & various workshops facilitated by members!
- Suite Life - join us in our suite for working groups, discussions, and other opportunities to meet with colleagues.
- Constituency Meet-ups - Don't forget to meet-up with the various constituency groups to which you belong: Regions, LGBT2, POC, TGQ, and Grad Students.
- Vendor Table - make sure to come say hi and learn about our organization.
Looking forward to seeing you in Houston!!
Thursday, January 02, 2014 11:19 AM
Consider Submitting Your Queer Talk for the Consortium's Daylong Institute at Creating Change!!
Queer Talks are TED-like talks that address a wide range of topics related to the creation of College and University environments in which lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni have equity in every respect.
Selected speakers will be given a maximum of 15 minutes to present their ideas through innovative storytelling and audiovisual audience engagement. The talk must have accessible language and build a larger conceptual statement by setting up the story one step at a time.
We are looking for 4 Queer Talks to feature and discuss during the afternoon session of the Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals' Daylong Institute at Creating Change.
3 East Steps To Apply:
- Submit your application to bit.ly/ConsortiumQueerTalks
- Record a 2 minute video and upload it to Vimeo or YouTube. The video submission should summerize your topic. Ensure that the pitch of your talk demonstrates your prospective presentation style.
- Email Sample Video or YouTube link to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are due Friday, January 3rd, 2014. Selected applicants will be notified of acceptance by Wednesday, January 8th, 2014.
- Plan to attend the Consortium's Daylong Pre-Conference Institute in Houston, TX on January 30th.
- Speakers must be ready to present work that is inspirational, innovative, tech-savvy and engaging to future and current university administrators.
Note: Queer Talk speakers do not have to be current members of the Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals.
Monday, July 15, 2013 11:44 PM
Today the Consortium joined a coalition of national lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights organizations, led by the National Black Justice Coalition and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, today issued the following open letter:
An Open Letter: Trayvon Deserves Justice
We cannot begin to imagine the continued pain and suffering endured by Trayvon Martin’s family and friends. We stand in solidarity with them as they continue to fight for justice, civil rights and closure. And we thank everyone who has pushed and will continue to push for justice.
Trayvon Martin deserves justice and his civil rights. We support the organizations and community leaders who are urging the federal government to explore every option to ensure that justice is served for Trayvon and that his civil rights are honored and respected. But our work does not end there: we will honor Trayvon Martin by strengthening our commitment to end bias, hatred, profiling and violence across our communities.
We represent organizations with diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender constituencies. Our community has been targets of bigotry, bias, profiling and violence. We have experienced the heart-breaking despair of young people targeted for who they are, who they are presumed to be, or who they love: Rashawn Brazell, Lawrence King, Ali Forney, Brandon Teena, Brandon White, Matthew Shepard, Marco McMillian, Angie Zapata, Sakia Gunn, Gwen Araujo and countless others.
Every person, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity, must be able to walk the streets without fear for their safety.
Justice delayed is justice denied and in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “a right delayed is a right denied.” We honor Trayvon by seeking justice for all people.
American Civil Liberties Union
Believe Out Loud
Bisexual Resource Center
Center for Black Equity
CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers
Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals
Family Equality Council
Freedom to Work
Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network
Gay-Straight Alliance Network (GSA Network)
Harvey Milk Foundation
Human Rights Campaign
Movement Advancement Project
National Black Justice Coalition
National Center for Lesbian Rights
National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs
National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
National Minority AIDS Council
National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance
Out & Equal Workplace Advocates
The Trevor Project
Trans Advocacy Network
Transgender Law Center
Trans People of Color Coalition
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