LGBTQ and Gender Equity Programs
The classroom panel is made up of lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender and ally students who are trained to provide education in classrooms, campus units, student organizations, residence halls, and community settings about identities and issues relevant
to the LBGTQ community. Panels provide awareness and education about their diverse identities.
The format of the program typically includes panelists providing an overview of their lives, "coming out" processes and experiences, followed by Q&A.
Do you want to request a panel? Please send an email with the following information:
- Name of Class/Organization
- Date of panel
- Time and length of the panel
- Location of panel
- Contact Name, Position
- Contact email and phone
- Audience Demographic/Size
Please contact us at least 14 days in advance of the date you need a panel, if possible.
Opportunity to go into classroom and share coming out stories and open up discussion from students about the coming out process, being LGBTQ+ on campus, in the community, and other issues.
LGBTQ+ History Month
LGBTQ+ Celebration Month (previously Coming Out Month) is held annually in October.
Navigating Triggers Workshop
In this four-week development we will engage the Triggering Event Cycle, develop skills and tools to stay present in the moment, and over time expand our capacity to continue to engage through experiences that in the past might have deskilled us. Sign up for Triggers 1 Workshop.
Pride Month is held annually in April to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.
The Safe Zone training program includes an overview of terminology, the current campus climate for the LGBT community on campus, issues facing the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities, and the importance of a Safe Zone here at CMU.
The purpose of the training is to provide the campus community with the tools necessary to be a Safe Zone for our LGBT students, faculty, and staff. Training includes definitions, dialogue around isms and microaggressions, and action tips to work towards a more safe campus.
Socialization and Liberation Workshop
Are you interested in understanding your own socialization? Would you like to discuss your path to liberation? Are you curious about the cycle of socialization? What about the cycle of liberation? If so, contact us for more information.
Social Justice Dialogues
Are you passionate about social justice? Do you want to learn more about how you can contribute to social change? Do you enjoy engaging in honest and thoughtful dialogue? If so, contact us for more information.
Trans Week of Awareness
Trans Week of Awareness is held annually in November.
Women's History Month
Women's History Month is held annually in March.