The State of Higher Education for LGBT College Students, Faculty, and Staff
In the largest national assessment of its kind, a new report by Campus Pride and its Q Research Institute for Higher Education documents the persistent harassment and discrimination of LGBT students, faculty, and staff on college campuses across the United States. The report entitled "The State of Higher Education for LGBT People" gathers the experiences of over 5,000 respondents, pointing to the need for more inclusive campus policies.
Campus Progress joins Campus Pride and the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus in a briefing to share the outcomes of the report, and offer national policy solutions to address these critical findings.
- Shane Windmeyer, executive director and founder of Campus Pride
- Angela Peoples, policy and adovacy manager at Campus Progress
- Sue Rankin, associate professor at the College Student Affairs and Higher Education, Pennsylvania State University
- Dr. John H. Oberg, policy Advisor to the Undersecretary of Education at the U.S. Department of Education
- Genevieve Weber Gilmore, assistant professor of counselor education, Hofstra University
- Warren J. Blumenfeld, associate professor in curriculum and instruction at Iowa State University
- Jacob I. Wilson, fourth-year student majoring in political science and women and gender studies at the Iowa State University
- Yvette Isela Lerma, fourth-year student majoring in sociology at the Pennsylvania State University
Sponsored by Campus Progress, Campus Pride, and the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.
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