Reaching OUT: Free Webinars
The webinar and ppt are uploaded to iTunes U now.
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"Reaching OUT: The Design & Distribution of an LGBTQ Climate Survey"
FREE 30-minute Webinar *recording now available*
Friday, April 29, 2011 at 2pm EST
With Ingrid Johnston-Robledo
Webinar recording is available on iTunes U at: Click Here
This 30-minute free webinar will discuss how SUNY Fredonia designed a comprehensive survey to assess the campus climate for LGBTQ students, faculty and staff. The survey was distributed to the SUNY Fredonia community in March and preliminary results are now being analyzed. Our goal is to make this survey available to other colleges and universities for their own use. This webinar is for anyone who is interested in exploring the climate on his/her own campus and in learning how one campus "scored" on the survey.
“Reaching OUT: Creating and Sustaining a SafeZone Program On Your Campus”
FREE Webinar * recording now available*
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
3:00pm EST to 4:00pm
To access the webinar recording, please click: Here
Recent publicized events involving the suicides, bullying, and harassment of LGBTQ college students has raised national concern about the ways that colleges and universities can prevent such incidents from happening on campus. At SUNY Fredonia, the SafeZone program represents one approach to raising awareness and educating students and faculty about the issues faced by LGBTQ individuals. This webinar will: (1) explore the SafeZone program, (2) present effective strategies for implementing a SafeZone on your campus, (3) discuss SafeZone events and programming that can be organized on your campus (curricular and co-curricular), and (4) explore future directions for additional programs. The webinar is designed for maximum interaction between the presenters and attendees. We encourage campus groups to watch the webinar together and engage in planning immediately following sign-off.
The webinar was funded by the SUNY Office of Diversity and Education Equity, “Explorations in Diversity and Academic Excellence” grant program.