Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Best Practices for Supporting LGBTQ+Students and Colleagues
Room 208 Self Hall, 2:30 – 4:00 p.m.
This presentation discusses how the university setting can be a safe environment for all LGBTQ+ students and faculty. Faculty can show support to students by incorporating LGBTQ+ topics in the curriculum of classes and recognizing and ending homophobia displayed by bullying. These methods will also instruct faculty in the correct way to inquire of LGBTQ+ colleagues about sensitive topics pertinent to the community, including no-shame questions.
Faculty Commons, LGBTQ+
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Gender and Sexuality | Higher Education | Higher Education and Teaching
Hill, Matthew, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Best Practices for Supporting LGBTQ+Students and Colleagues" (2020). 2020 | Faculty Commons Presentations. 5.