Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Social_Science - Lesbian, Gay, And Bisexual Studies Bookstore
Page 5     81-100 of 104    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | Next 20

         Lesbian, Gay, And Bisexual Studies:     more books (100)
  1. Identity, Speace, Power: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Politics (GLQ: Ajournal of Lesbian & Gay Studies)
  2. Sex, Love and Homophobia: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Lives (A-Z) by Vanessa Baird, 2004-06-30
  3. Looking Queer: Body Image and Identity in Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Communities (Haworth Gay & Lesbian Studies)
  4. Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History in America
  5. Queer Africa: despite state repression and persecution, LGBT organizing has taken off across the continent and diaspora.(FEATURE)(Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual ... An article from: Colorlines Magazine by LaVon Rice, 2007-05-01
  6. International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association: European Region of the International Lesbian and Gay Association
  7. Department of justice and LGBT immigrants: more appeals hit the federal courts.(NEWS)(Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender): An article from: Colorlines Magazine by Darby Hickey, 2007-05-01
  8. LGBTI Namibians speak out.(Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex)(LGBTI Awareness Week ): An article from: Sister Namibia by Natasha Tibinyane, 2006-12-01
  9. Daughters of Bilitis: List of lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender firsts by year, Lesbian, Coming out, Lillian Faderman, Cross- dressing, Del Martin ... of Bilitis, Homophile, Mattachine Society
  10. Strength in Numbers: A Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Resource
  11. LGBTI people demand a strong response to Aids.(NEWS CLIPPINGS)(lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex): An article from: Sister Namibia by Unavailable, 2008-12-01
  12. Queering Creole Spiritual Traditions: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Participation in African-Inspired Traditions in the Americas.(Book Review): An article from: African Arts by Harmony Bench, 2004-12-22
  13. All Africa symposium on HIV/Aids and human rights for lgbts: lgbt stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender--people.: An article from: Sister Namibia by Madelene Isaacks, 2004-03-01
  14. Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youths and Adults: Knowledge for Human Services Practice by Ski Hunter, Coleen Shannon, et all 1998-06-23

81. New Data On Lesbian, Gay And Bisexual Mental Health
Researchers say these studies demonstrate the need for better, more tailoredpsychological treatment for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people.
Volume 33, No. 2 February 2002 New data on lesbian, gay and bisexual mental health New findings overturn previous beliefs. BY TORI DeANGELIS The results of several breakthrough studies are offering new insights on gay men, lesbians and bisexuals. Among the key findings: * Several studies suggest that gay men, lesbians and bisexuals appear to have higher rates of some mental disorders compared with heterosexuals, although not to the level of a serious pathology. Discrimination may help fuel these higher rates. * A study found lesbians reported equally strong levels of mental health as their heterosexual sisters and higher self-esteem. * A new study of gay and lesbian youth finds that they are only slightly more likely than heterosexual youth to attempt suicide, refuting previous research that suggested much higher rates. Researchers say these studies demonstrate the need for better, more tailored psychological treatment for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people. Population-based studies Several large population-based public health studies are discussed in the November American Psychologist (Vol. 56, No. 11)

82. Office Of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual And Transgender Equity University Of Maryland C
LGBT386 Syllabus for Spring 2003 Lesbian, Gay, bisexual, and TransgenderInternship. Proposal for a Certificate in LGBT studies.
LGBT Equity
A unit within the
Office of the Senior Vice President

for Academic Affairs and Provost
Our goal is to create a campus where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and allied students, staff, faculty, and alumni are included fully in the intellectual life, the social fabric, and every other area of the university; to create a campus where LGBT issues are regarded as legitimate intellectual pursuits, and where LGBT people are affirmed as valued participants in university endeavors and recognized for their contributions. To explore some of the activities of this office, click on the buttons to the left. To explore some of the on- and off-campus resources available to LGBT campus community members and their allies, go to the Resource Guide LGBT386 Syllabus for Spring 2003 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Internship. Report of the LGBT Issues Task Force, Spring 2000 of the University System of Maryland's Diversity Network. Report on Domestic Partner Benefits issued by the LGBT Issues Task Force of the University System of Maryland's Diversity Network. Proposal for a Certificate in LGBT Studies.

83. Resources
International Gay Lesbian Review Abstracts and reviews of booksthat relate to Lesbian, Gay, bisexual, and Transgendered studies;
Current News
GayWire Ticker, breaking news
ClariNews: Homosexuality and gay rights
Wire service
PlanetOut News

News articles, worldwide
Resource Lists and Directories
Internet Portal LGB Listings
Yahoo Go Network Lycos Excite ... Northern Light For Regional Information, see Yahoo listings under states and cities, e.g., Boston Philadelphia Washington,DC CyberSocket
Referrals, counseling, directories
Queer Resource Directory
archives 25,000 lbgt documents, since 1991
OutProud Resource Directory
glbt youth coalition
Gay and Lesbian search engine
Books and 'Zines "Links to books, magazines, e-zines, poetry, bibliographies, short fiction and shopping of interest to the gay, lesbian and bisexual community"
GayPoetry Online
"Showcases the poetic voices within the lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender community"
Blithe House Quarterly
"A site for short, gay fiction"

84. YouthResource: Advocacy: News
Earlier studies of lesbian, gay and bisexual youth have shown higher rates ofsuicide, substance use, risky sexual behaviors, victimization, depression
a project of advocates for youth intern for YR about search ... news our lives Current - Archives -
Conferences and News SFSU granted nearly $900,000 for landmark study of gay youth, their families Study funded by The California Endowment will explore sexual orientation in white, Latino families SAN FRANCISCO, June 19, 2002 Researchers at San Francisco State University have received a three-year, $876,965 grant to conduct the first-ever study of physical and mental health outcomes of lesbian, gay and bisexual youth who disclose their sexual orientation to family members during adolescence. Funded by The California Endowment, the state’s largest health foundation, the study is also the first to comprehensively explore sexual orientation in Latino families. Earlier studies of lesbian, gay and bisexual youth have shown higher rates of suicide, substance use, risky sexual behaviors, victimization, depression, chronic stress and pregnancy than their heterosexual peers. However, little attention has been focused on the youths’ families and their responses after the youths “come out.” Caitlin Ryan, director of policy studies at the SFSU Institute on Sexuality, Inequality and Health, and Rafael Díaz, SFSU professor of human sexuality studies and ethnic studies, will work closely with Northern California community agencies such as the Gay Straight Alliance Network and Adolescent Health Working Group to study white and Latino teen-agers and their families.

85. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, & Transgender Studies, Research At UCSB Libraries
InfoSurf Logo, You are here Home Research Help By Subject Gay, Lesbian, bisexual, Transgender. Research in Gay, Lesbian, bisexual, Transgender studies.
You are here: Home Research Help By Subject
Find Books, and Journal Titles
PEGASUS : Items at UCSB Melvyl : Books and other materials (not periodicals/journals) at any UC California Periodical Titles : periodical/journal titles at any UC
Find Articles, Citations, Reviews, and more in these Indexes and Databases
Sexual Diversity Studies: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Abstracts Expanded Academic ASAP Alternative Press Index Left Index ... Sociological Abstracts
UCSB E-Journal Titles
Alphabetical List Subject List- Area, Interdisciplinary and Ethnic Studies Subject List- Social Sciences
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Research Guide: Andelson Collection
proxy server Items marked are available only to UCSB students, faculty, and staff; see proxy server FAQ for information about off-campus access.
need help? contact the author: Gary Colmenar
or Ask a Librarian Last modified: This is an official University of California Santa Barbara Libraries' web page. Please send comments to the Web Administrator

86. Beginning Library Research On Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Studies
Catalog Search Home Tell Us Help, Beginning Library Researchon Lesbian/Gay/bisexual studies. Guides to Information Encyclopedias
Beginning Library Research on Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Studies
Guides to Information Encyclopedias Literature AIDS ... Internet See also Beginning Library Research on Women in Society and "Bioethics" (especially section on AIDS).
Guides to Information and Research Methods
Guides to information and research methods can help you get started. Homosexuality: a Research Guide (Green Library Information Center Z7164.S42D96 1987) lists and describes a wealth of resources from "the full spectrum of points of view." Includes a subject and personal name index.
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries
Encyclopedias and dictionaries can provide useful descriptions, overviews, and lists of recommended reading on a topic. Completely Queer: The Gay and Lesbian Encyclopedia Encyclopedia of Homosexuality Stacks HQ76.25.E53 1990) surveys the field of homosexuality, including conflicting theoretical perspectives where these exist. Gays and Lesbians in Mainstream Cinema: Plots, Critiques, Casts and Credits for 272 Theatrical and Made-for-Television Hollywood Releases (Green Library Information Center PN1995.9.H55P37 1993) also includes an introduction to the subject and "A Brief History of Regulatory Codes in the American Film Industry." See also

87. Feminist Studies Collections: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender
University); Twice Blessed The Jewish GLBT Archives Online. Go toBeginning Library Research on Lesbian/Gay/bisexual studies. Go
Kathy Kerns, Reference Librarian/Feminist Studies;;
Organizations Worldwide ... History
  • Alternative Press Index , 1991+ available to the Stanford community via the Web
  • , 1997+ available to the Stanford community via the Web
  • Contemporary Women's Issues (1992+) fulltext database available to the Stanford community via the Web. From off campus try

88. The Committee On Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Studies Presents "lesbian

89. University Queer Programs
University of California, Riverside Programs Interdisciplinary undergraduate minorin Lesbian, Gay bisexual studies (6 courses) Courses 16 courses on gender
University LGBT/Queer Programs
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual
Studies in the USA and Canada
inaugural date: 7 August 1997; last update: 7 January 2003 All comments and additions are gratefully welcomed:
John G. Younger's email

JGY's homepage

more info about university

since 24 December 2001
The following information is based on:
  • the list originally published in the Lesbian and Gay Studies Newsletter [LGSN] 22.1 [Mar 1995] 14-15),
  • the results of a casual survey conducted over the Summer 1997,
  • information culled from issues of the Committeee on Lesbian and Gay History Newsletter (CLGH),
  • current issues of the Lesbian and Gay Studies Newsletter (LGSN),
  • a document listing courses generously supplied by C. Shepard, director of the Campus Project of the NGLTF, 1995 (these include, in parentheses, the name of the instructor and the year first given),
  • the list of LGBT Campus Centers maintained by "National Consortium of Directors of LGBT Resourses in Higher Education" :,
  • updates and information supplied by friends and allies at the various universities and colleges thesmselves (many thanks!)

90. Academic Info: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Studies - Indexes & General
Lesbian Center. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Schochet Centerfor Gay, Lesbian, bisexual Transgender studies. Last modified
Home Keyword Search Index Reference Desk ... Student Center
Academic Info
Social Sciences Portals We Need Your Help
Please take a $10 minute to make a tax-deductible donation. Academic Info is made possible by the generous financial support of users like you.
Academic Info
19-143rd ST SW
Lynnwood, WA 98037
The GLBT Portals page is sponsored by How would you like to sponsor this page?
For a $100 tax-deductible donation you, your organization, department, or company will be acknowledged here as a sponsor of the GLBT Portals page.
Email us at for details. Start with
Queer Resources Directory

"The Queer Resources Directory contains 22850 files about everything queer." Topics include Youth, Religion, Health, Media, Culture & History, Worldwide Queer Info, Legal, Politics, Organizations "...provides you with the best online resources integrated with the best visual and textual resources in Queer Culture, Queer Theory, Queer Studies, Gender Studies and related fields." Diversity Database - Sexual Orientation Specific Resources "This database contains campus, local, national, and international academic material relating to the following areas of diversity as defined by the Office of Human Relations Programs at the University of Maryland: age, class, disability, ethnicity, gender, national origin, race, religion & sexual orientation."

91. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Health
These web pages address the health concerns of gay, lesbian, bisexual, andtransgender people, also known as GLBT people and sexual minorities. .

GLBT Homepage
Definitions GLBT Youth Health Quiz ... Transgendered People
These web pages address the health concerns of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people, also known as "GLBT" people and "sexual minorities." Most of the health concerns of GLBT people are no different from those of anyone else. For example, we can all benefit from eating five fruits and vegetables a day, exercising for at least 30 minutes four times a week, washing our hands regularly, and always wearing our seat belts. Some health concerns, however, are specific to the GLBT community. For example, many GLBT people are subjected to discrimination and outright violence, and this increases stress and can take a toll on mental health. Lesbians may be more at risk for certain cancers and less at risk for others based on specific behaviors and choices. Not only are gay and bisexual men at greater risk for HIV, there is also mounting evidence that they are more likely to smoke than heterosexual men, and this could increase gay and bisexual men's risk for lung cancer, emphysema, and heart disease. In addition, GLBT people generally receive less health care than the population as a whole and the quality of their care also suffers. Due in part to negative past experiences and mistrust of the medical profession, they tend to visit health care providers less often. GLBT people are often guarded about discussing their sexual behavior with health care providers, fearing that "coming out" will lead to discrimination. Finally, GLBT people often have less access to health insurance, as most workplace policies do not cover unmarried partners.

92. /qrd/electronic/email/
27/1995) euro queer studies European perspectives in queer studies (3.3K 1995) glblatinos (2.4K, 1/12/1998) glbmath Gay/Lesbian/bisexual Mathematicians (1.7K
Home Tree Search New Files ... Feedback/Help qrd electronic /email/
LGBT+ Internet mailing lists to "see also". how to make updates : How to update the QRD's List of Email LGB* Lists
(414 bytes, 12/31/1997)
accessing the lgbt lol

action alert
: Urgent calls for action only
: ACT-UP Discussion (694 bytes, 2/27/1995)
(846 bytes, 11/22/1995)
(659 bytes, 6/28/1999)

: Alternate Lifestyles
: American Network of Gay and Lesbian Law Students (620 bytes, 6/11/1995) apanet : Asian-Pacific-American net arenal : hispanohablantes LGB atlanta gay center auglbc l : American University and IGLYO lgb (857 bytes, 2/27/1995) ausgblf : Australian GBLF List (873 bytes, 2/27/1995) avatar la (265 bytes, 9/26/1998) avmail (862 bytes, 5/27/1995) ba bi ba cyberdykes : SF Bay Area Dyke Chat [women] (301 bytes, 12/7/1998) ba fatdykes ba sappho : Bay Area Lesbians [women] (308 bytes, 12/7/1998) bears : News and discussion for bears and bear-lovers belgian list bglaad college world biact l : Bisexual Activists (664 bytes, 2/27/1995)

93. November 1996 Internet Resources
Gay and lesbian studies Programs in Gender and Lesbian, Gay and Bisexualstudies at Universities in the USA and Canada. Extensive
November 1996
Vol. 57 No. 10
Internet Resources in gay and lesbian studies
By Robert B. Marks Ridinger "For your convenience this article provides hypertext links to resources not developed by the Association of College & Research Libraries." T he last several years have witnessed the swift coalescence of gay and lesbian studies as both an academic subject and a popular research focus in virtually every discipline of the humanities and social sciences and in biology. Along with the sharp increase in monographs and journal articles has come a virtual explosion of Internet sites relating in some fashion to the life, culture, and issues of the gay and lesbian communities, both within the United States and worldwide. Many of these sites presuppose a degree of familiarity with subcultural jargon and abbreviations by using in their names slang terms, such as "queer," which may not be the most obvious of choices to the general searcher. The pattern of site creation is very different from many other subject fields, centering upon individual organizations ranging from blatantly political activist groups to professional caucuses (the latter having begun with ALA's Gay and Lesbian Task Force in 1970). In an effort to cope with the sheer number of individual homepages carrying information relating to the gay and lesbian communities (and the speed with which new sites appear), this listing focuses on identifying those sites with the broadest potential audience and greatest value for reference work. General access points such as the Queer Resources Directory should be checked regularly for expanded and updated coverage of specific topics or information on newly founded groups.

94. Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center, University Of California River
Lesbian Gay bisexual Transgender Resource Center, UCRiverside. Violence .New LGBIT studies Intro Course Spring, Tu-Thu 1240-200.
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender
Resource Center, UC-Riverside
Hot Links
April Calendar of Events
LGBT-Friendly Housing

Student Groups
New Items and Upcoming Events U. of La Verne Hosts J.T. Sears March 26
presented by Rainbow Alliance Jewish Student LGBTIQQ Conference
April 4-6, 2003 @ UCLA QA Youth Outreach Project
Field Trip to the One Institute, April 12 - FREE April Calendar of Events
Queer Alliance meets Wednesdays
Que onda Queers events TBA The V-Day Campaign "Envisioning a World Free of Violence" New LGBIT Studies Intro Course Spring, Tu-Thu 12:40-2:00

95. Sexual Diversity Studies
Sexual Diversity studies Gay, Lesbian, bisexual Transgender Abstracts(Formerly Gay Lesbian Abstracts). Available Formats BiblioLine
Sexual Diversity Studies:
Available Formats: BiblioLine CD-ROM Number of Records: 72,000+; 55% with abstracts Dates of Coverage: 1977 - Present Number of CD-ROMS Subject Category : Social Sciences Update Frequency : Monthly on BiblioLine, Quarterly on CD-ROM
For pricing information and related details contact: Click here for a complete list of NISC's products. Full-Text Linking Partners OpenURL ... Record Export NOTE: SDS Click here to register for permanent free access to NISC's AIDSearch database. AIDSearch Fact Sheet
Sexual Diversity Studies is an essential full text and bibliographic research tool for all college, university, and public libraries; GLBT organizations, community centers, and student groups.
Sexual Diversity Studies is the premier index to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender literature. No other source is as thorough and exhaustive in its coverage. Sexual Diversity Studies (SDS) offers a balanced, objective, and thorough review of scholarly as well as popular print, electronic, and internet publications of the GLBT press. Most topics of interest to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities are covered in depth. Of paramount importance is the coverage of history, culture, social issues, interests, and concerns of the GLBT community. SDS is an essential guide to the ongoing intellectual and scholarly discussions of subjects which reflect the diversity of the GLBT community.

96. Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center | Reading Room
Bryant, Wayne M. bisexual Characters in Film, Cruikshank, Margaret, The Gay LesbianLiberation Movement, 1992, Cruikshank, Margaret, Lesbian studies, 1982, The Feminist
Reading Room Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center
University of Pennsylvania

about the
history / politics

lesbian / gay studies AUTHOR TITLE DATE PUBLISHER Abelove (Ed.) Henry The Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader Routledge Alarcon (Ed.) Norma The Sexuality of Latinas Third Woman Press Ascher (Ed.) Carol Between Women Beacon Press Atkinson Ti-Grace Amazon Odyssey Links Books Austen Roger Playing the Game Bobbs-Merrill Co. Betsky Aaron Queer Space: Architecture and Same-Sex Desire Blumenfeld Warren J. Homophobia: How We All Pay the Price Beacon Press Blumenfeld Warren J. Looking at Gay and Lesbian Life Philosophical Library, Inc. Boston Lesbian Psychologies Collective (Eds.) Lesbian Psychologies: Explorations and Challenges University of Illinois Press Browning Frank The Culture of Desire: Paradox and Perversity in Gay Lives Today Vintage Books Bryant Wayne M. Bisexual Characters in Film Harrington Park Press Burr Chandler A Separate Creation Hyperion Press Butler (Ed.) Becky Ceremonies of the Heart: Celebrating Lesbian Unions The Seal Press Cantwell Mary Ann Homosexuality: The Secret a Child Dare Not Tell San Rafael Press Cruikshank Margaret The Gay Lesbian Liberation Movement Cruikshank Margaret Lesbian Studies The Feminist Press DeCecco, Ph.D. (Ed.)

97. Queer Studies Information
University does not offer a program in lesbian, gay or queer studies. The Subcommitteeon Academics of the Lesbian Gay bisexual Concerns Task Force has
Queer Studies Information Currently Princeton University does not offer a program in lesbian, gay or queer studies. Some of the departments do however offer relevant courses or courses with LGBT content. If you plan on teaching such a course and have not been contacted, please tell us. If you would like to teach such a course but feel there is nothing currently available in your department, or that the class you have in mind ought to be interdepartmental, we may be able to create something as a student-initiated seminar. Please contact us with any ideas you may have. The Subcommittee on Academics of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Concerns Task Force has compiled most of the information on Princeton's courses provided here.
Similar Pages at Other Institutions
Currently this site is under construction. It presents an expansions of pages previously available on the Princeton LGBA Web Site. We apologize for the inconvenience during the time of renovation. Your comments are very welcome and we'd like to hear from you. Please send them to

98. Academic Community
Queer studies. Beginning Library Research on Lesbian/Gay/bisexual studies(Stanford University). Information Resources for Gay, Lesbian
ODOS University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign Academic Community Campus LGBT Scholars and Programs E-Directory of Lesbigay Scholars (University of Minnesota) Program in the Study of Sexualities (Duke University) National Consortium of Directors of LGBT Resources in Higher Education (University of Illinois at Chicago) Queer Studies Beginning Library Research on Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Studies (Stanford University) Information Resources for Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Studies (University of California, Santa Barbara) Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Studies (Duke University) Web Page for Humanities Research (University of California, Santa Barbara) (University of Leeds, Institute of Communications Studies) Centers and Institutions Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (City University of New York) The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction

99. Women Faculty And Staff Issues: Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgendered Issues/Resour
Those recommendations would (1) establish a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgenderstudies program; (2) expand offerings of courses with LGBT content (2) expand
GAY, LESBIAN, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDERED RESOURCES ON CAMPUS Spring 2000 Dean of Students LGBT Issues Coordinator Sara Hinkel
84 Bascom Hall, 265-2480
Faculty Senate Committee on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Issues Joseph Elder

The Faculty Senate Committee on LGBT Issues is working to implement the recommendations made in its comprehensive report, submitted in May, 1997. Those recommendations would (1) establish a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender studies program; (2) expand offerings of courses with LGBT content (2) expand offerings of courses with LGBT content; (3) improve support services for LGBT students; (4) enhance LGBT scholarship and service projects; (5) promote greater equity for LGBT faculty and staff; and (6) secure for the domestic partners of LGBT students, faculty and staff benefits equivalent in every way to those provided for spouses.
LGBT Campus Center, 2

100. Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender And Ally College Conference
2003 Midwest bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender College Conference at The Ohio State University Office of Gay, Lesbian, bisexual and Transgender Student Services
[text version]
Featuring RuPaul, Dar Williams and Suzanne Westenhoefer! The Ohio State University, February 14-16, 2003 Thank you to the nearly 1500 people who attended the conference! Apply to host the conference in 2005
Subscribe to our Mailing List! enter email address
Questions? Check out the message history at the mailing list . You don't have to be subscribed and your answer is very likely there! NO REFUNDS WILL BE AVAILABLE AFTER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5th Our conference facility, the Ohio Union, is ADA Compliant.
There will be gender-free restrooms. A BIG thank you to our sponsors and co-sponsors!


General Mills


Lynn Greer Foundation King Ave. United Methodist Church Fund for Ministry with Gay and Lesbian Persons
Student Affairs' Late Night Programming Initiative
Arcus Foundation Human Rights Campaign ... OSU Council of Graduate Students OSU Undergraduate Student Government Co-Sponsors: Bank One Walgreens National Women's Music Festival OUTFront - Amnesty International ... Interweave, First Unitarian Universalist Church

Page 5     81-100 of 104    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | Next 20

free hit counter