April 25, 2013
(current web edition of eNewsletter available here; view our LGBT events calendar for additional opportunities)
Study BreakOUT at the LBGTRC!
Sunday, April 28, to Thursday, May 2; from 5pm to 8pm each day
The LBGT Resource Center: Room 302, Student Services
From Sunday to Thursday of finals week (April 28-May 2), the LBGT Resource Center will be holding extra study hours from 5pm-8pm. Stop by to get some work done, or to just unwind with board games and conversation! Check out the Facebook event for more information and to RSVP.
Asian-Pacific-American Intersections of Race and Gender
Friday, April 26 from noon to 1:00pm
Phillips Hall Seminar Room (outside of the Gallery dining hall)
This Friday, MSU’s Asian Pacific American Studies Program will be hosting two dynamic presentations on race and gender, featuring Dr. Naoko Wake (Assistant Professor, Lyman Briggs College and the Department of History) and Ms. Sophia Rath (Doctoral Intern, MSU Counseling Center). Each presentation will last about 15 minutes, with 30 minutes for lively discussion afterward. Please see the event flier for details.
For more information on this and other events organized by the Asian Pacific American Studies Program at MSU, please visit their website.
Second Annual Art for AIDS Auction
The Lansing Community College Gay Straight Alliance will be holding an art auction. They invite all individuals who want to purchase or view art to attend. For more information, please contact GSA Advisor Chris Green at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Waves of Courage: Social Science Evidence to Support Ally and LGBT Equality Efforts
You are invited to MPIPP‘s May 4 conference to learn more about social science in ways that can support both LGBT people and their allies in the journey to equality!
This conference will feature two top-notch speakers: Dr. Glenda Russell of Boulder, Colorado who is a well-known and respected researcher and presenter and Dr. Clinton Anderson, the Director of the American Psychological Association’s Office of LGBT Concerns.
The cost is only $25 for the day, with lunch included. Click here to register.
2013 Mosaic Award Recipients
Congratulations to all of the recipients of the 2013 Mosaic Awards! This year’s award winners include…
- Outstanding Emerging Leader: Madalyn Gildea and Colin Wiebrecht
- Outstanding Executive Board Leader: Denzel McCampbell, Intersection
- Outstanding Campus Initiative: MBLGTACC 2013
- Outstanding Collaborative Program: “The Power of Allies,” presented by Delta Lambda Phi and PRISM
- Outstanding Educational Program: “Queer Linguistics,” presented by LIGHT
- Excellence in Community Building: Trans*Action
- Excellence in Team Building: MBLGTACC 2013 Planning Coalition
Gender theory Ryan Gosling has one more message for you this semester…
You’re almost done with the school year! The staff and interns of the LBGTRC wish you the very best of luck with your final exams and projects.
For graduating students, we hope that you will find success and happiness in all of your future endeavors. Please come back and visit and tell us how you are doing, and keep in touch!
For those returning, we will see you in the fall for a whole new year. Have a great summer, and join us at our fall welcome in August for a gay old time!
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