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The GSRC offers a variety of programs. The following is a list of our scheduled events for the Spring 2014 semester:
The GSRC is partnering with the CME to support the CME's faculity in residence program! We are welcoming Zeneta Rago of the Rutgers University Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities to our campus.
The following events will be taking place from the week of Feb. 24th- Feb 28th
Dialogue Sessions Spring 2014
February 27 #socialmedia4socialjustice @ the CME
Come join the acting director of the center for social justice education and LGBT communities at Rutgers University as she discusses multiple identities of people in a “check one box” world. Topics being discussed include oppression, art as activism, feminism, and multiracial experience.
Transgender health standards of care have recently been updated. Dr. Carolyn Wolf-Gould will be discussing these updates and answer question about how trans* folk live, and keep up with their health.
This January, seven SUNY Oneonta students went to several workshops in Houston TX, at the National Conference for LGBT Equality, "Creating Change" to learn more about the issues facing LGBT community. They will be talking about their funding for the trip as well as their experiences.
Portrayal of LGBT people ranges from positive to very negative. The LGBT community is constantly battling with the negative image and trying to overcome stereotypes in television, films and other media. However, coverage has become more positive in recent years, possibly in an attempt by marketers to appeal to LGBT people. Join Amanda Connell as she discusses this and more.
Come join Professor Grace Chen discuss sexual desires as it relates to the animal kingdom.
Yoga is a releasing experience for everyone. It’s not only for woman anymore but men do it too. The LGBT community has joined the bandwagon to explore their sexuality in more ways than one. Join Jeff wood as he explores yoga, gender and sexuality.
Join Richard Cebada as he addresses the representation of men and masculinity in the media. It covers topics such as media stereotypes of masculinity, how children see masculinity portrayed in media, how various media contribute to stereotypes of masculinity, male authority in media news coverage, and address the role that the media play in shaping attitudes about masculinity.
Ready for graduation and “the real world”? Come discuss the workplace environment and how it affects the LGBTQ community with GSRC director Elliot Ruggles and Amy Benedict Augustine, Director of the Career Development Center.