We got a request from the WMU Department of Gender and Women’s Studies to share the following study by Avery Dame out of the Women’s Studies department at University of Maryland, College Park.
Avery Dame is recruiting individuals who identify as trans* for a voluntary qualitative study exploring how trans* individuals acquire knowledge and communicate online about trans* issues and concepts.
If you volunteer, you will be asked to participate in an approximately 60 minute interview on your experiences gathering information and communicating with other trans* individuals online.
To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years of age, reside in the United States of America, and identify under the trans* umbrella.
For more information, or if you meet the eligibility criteria and are interested in participating, please contact Avery Dame via email at email@example.com.
This survey has been approved by the University of Maryland Institutional Review Board, which protects human subjects of research. The study is confidential and under the supervision of Dr. Elizabeth Toth (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please share this information with anyone you believe may be interested.
This program is the newest addition to the Office of LBGT Student Service’s Ready to Work Series that seeks to address and mitigate the many legal and cultural challenges facing LBGT people in the work force. The program will match LBGT and ally students with local professionals to provide career resources and support to students to best prepare them for their career aspirations after graduation. This is an amazing opportunity for students to connect 1-on-1 with career professionals and develop a meaningful relationship to help with internship and career goals.
Apply to be a student mentee here!
On Monday, October 14th we will be discussing the future of FYPA, specifically the seminars that YOU would like to see at FYPA. We will have a list for you to choose from and even a chance for you to share your own ideas!
Hi! To all First Years (Freshman, transfer, or graduate) at WMU: The First Year Pride Alliance is a pretty awesome group! Come check us out on September 30th at 6:30pm at 1321 Trimpe. Don’t know where that is? a FYPA facilitator will be walking students from the Valley Rocks starting at 6:00pm! Hope to see all your lovely faces there.