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Summer 2017 Consortium Institute Call for Proposals

Would you like to bring the Consortium board to your campus? 

We are pleased to announce the Consortium's invitation for proposals to host the 2017 Day-Long Summer Institute! Your campus could host a professional development opportunity for your region. Since 2009, the Consortium board has hosted a summer planning retreat at different campuses across the U.S. including University at Albany-SUNY and University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Before the retreat, we have hosted a Consortium Summer Institute with the host institution. Since the retreat travels, we would like to take the retreat and institute to a new location where it can benefit our members. 

In the attached document (also found online at http://bit.ly/2017instituteProposal), you will find descriptions of the Institute and the partnership between the hosting institution and the Consortium. The detailed proposal form (pgs 3 - 7 of the attachment) includes an opportunity to outline proposed dates, venue(s), logistics and much more.

Consider inviting the Consortium board to your campus in Summer 2017. The deadline for proposals is Friday, December 16, 2016! What questions do you have?

 

 
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Colleagues,

The community of LGBTQ higher education resource professionals is comprised of a vast array of dedicated individuals committed to enriching the lives and campus climates for LGBTQ people. It is only appropriate that we are able to recognize the durable and sustainable impact that we all have at our institutions. 

Last year, the Consortium community recognized Dr. Debbie Bazarsky, Dr. Cara Miller, and Nicholas Shigeru Sakurai for their achievements in the work. These awards, presented at Creating Change in Chicago, continue to mark milestones for the Consortium in its goal to recognize those who have, and who continue to, create change. 

This year we are excited to invite nominations for the following three awards:

Promising New Professional

This award recognizes a professional with less than five years of experience and the unique role new professionals play in supporting students and innovating campus programs while elevating the work of a campus LGBT Center. The award recognizes a new professional who is doing outstanding service, demonstrates innovative or creative effort within the profession, and shows significant promise for leadership on the field.

Exemplary nominees for this award exhibit:

  • work that has created and assessed marked change in a campus center, office, or unit that provides direct service to LGBTQ people on campus
  • work that impacts local campus and LGBTQ people on a regional and national level. 

Outstanding Social Justice Practice 

This award recognizes significant commitments to social justice in both the field of Student Affairs as an academic discipline and through advanced practice in a professional capacity. This includes research, published work, advocacy, policy change, advising and/or mentoring student organizations, curriculum creation, best practices, and other work that addresses the intersecting identities of race, class, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, ability, national origin, age, familial status, veteran status, and other emerging identities.

 Exemplary nominees for this award exibit:

  • contribution to the practice of socially just, intersectional practice in LGBTQ student services with clearly defined accomplishments and documentation
  • contribution to the body of literature regarding intersectionality in the academy 
  • successsfully worked with and across multiple communities/identities to make change

Distinguished Achievement in the Profession

The award for distinguished achievement in the profession recognizes and honors individuals whose work has attained preeminence in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender services and programs in higher education. This work includes areas related to practice and policy, research and theory, as well as programs and service. The work exemplifies the profession, and is represented by a broad scope of activities and accomplishments.

Exemplary nominees for this award exhibit:

  • a broad scope of accomplishments related to practice and policy, research and theory, and programs and services
  • accomplishments with clear connections to CAS standards, ACPA and/or NASPA Professional Competencies
  • exemplary work at the intersection of multiple identities


Nomination Requirements and Timeline

 The nominator should submit the following materials in support of their nomination:

•   a cover sheet/email indicating the below basic information

•   a copy of the Nominee's Curricula Vitae and/or resume

•   a nomination letter, written by the nominator (no longer than 2 single-spaced pages)

•   no more than two letters of support (no longer than 2 single-spaced pages)

•   any relevant supporting documentation (such as news stories/articles) that strengthen the nomination

 

Nominator Information

First and Last name in use

contact email

contact phone

Institution and Role/Title

 

Nominee Information

First and Last name in use

contact email

contact phone

Current institution and Role/Title


Completed nomination materials are due by end of business on Monday, October 31, 2016. 

Materials should be emailed to Meg Evans at support@lgbtcampus.org.  The nominator will receive a confirmation email once the submitted materials have been received and processed. 

Review of materials will take place during the first few weeks of November and notifications to awardees will occur no later than December 1, 2016. Awards will be presented during Creating Change in Philadelphia.

Thank you for your consideration and participation as we strive to recognize the important work of our colleagues across our profession.

 

In Pride,

2017 Consortium Award Review Committee

 
Endorsement for Congressman Hank Johnson’s Inclusive Campuses Act PDF Print Email

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The Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals Endorses Congressman Hank Johnson’s Inclusive Campuses Act


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DATE September 30, 2016


The Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals  enthusiastically endorses H.R. 6164, the Inclusive Campuses Act of 2016, which was introduced this week by U.S. Representative Hank Johnson (GA-4). If passed into law, this measure would promote inclusion and empowerment of LGBTQ people at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and other minority serving institutions. This federal legislation would take a critical step forward by authorizing Title III education funds to establish campus resource centers that provide support for LGBTQ students as well as programming resources and education about LGBTQ people to the entire campus community at our nation’s HBCUs and other minority serving institutions. “The Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals was happy to work with Rep. Johnson on the drafting of this legislation and we look forward to enhancing our own membership support for the work of LGBTQ campus resource centers at HBCUs and other minority serving institutions,” said D.A. Dirks, Co-Chair of the Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals.


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The combined vision and mission of the Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals 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 Offices/Centers. Learn more about the Consortium at lgbtcampus.org.

 
 
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Media Contact
Matt Bruno & D.A. Dirks
Co-Chairs
chair@lgbtcampus.org
lgbtcampus.org
280 Madison Ave Ste. 912
New York, NY 10016                    

 

 

 

 

 

A Space For White Colleagues to Process


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

July 13th, 2016


New York, N.Y. We would like to offer space for white colleagues to process and discuss the recent events of police brutality and racist violence together. This conference call will take place this Friday, July 15, 2016 at 11:00 am PST/12:00 pm MST/ 1:00 pm CST/2:00 pm EST. More details are included below.

A Space For White Folks to Process
Fri, Jul 15, 2016, 11:00 am PST/12:00 pm MST/ 1:00 pm CST/2:00 pm EST
Webinar Link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/939223797

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (408) 650-3123
Access Code: 939-223-797

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The combined vision and mission of the Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals 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 Offices/Centers. Learn more about the Consortium at lgbtcampus.org.

















 
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