Tagged as “NCUR”
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Download the LGBT at NCUR 2011 Quick Guide to LGBT-themed conference sessions At-A-Glance! Or you can also search for sessions using keywords (try LGBT, GLBT, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and homosexual for starters), but we've done the work for you!** And if you're curious about our unique, caring campus community and the surrounding area in terms of all things LGBT, the LGBT at NCUR 2011 Quick Guide covers that, too - see pages 3 and 4.
And here are FIVE fun, easy, great things to do while you’re here...other than go to some amazing sessions:
1. Send an e-postcard with an LGBT-themed Ithaca College photo back home, or to new friends you've already made here
2. Find out more about local off-campus LGBT resources and services in Ithaca and Tompkins County
3. Come to the LGBTA reception for all NCUR conference-goers and members of the Ithaca College campus communityThursday, March 31st, 4:30-5:30pm, Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center
4. Go to iTunes and download Ithacappella and Premium Blends’ Firework single that benefits The Trevor Project
5. Watch Ithaca College’s It Gets Better Videos
**And at least one session escaped all our extensive searching for key words - please add it to the list!
Caring for Ourselves: American Individualism and the Need for Expanded Definitions of Marriage in United States Law Kate Cook - Bowling Green State University Oral Session #2 Thurs 1:35-1:55 p.m.Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise 202
Monday, March 28, 2011
Ithaca College’s Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services will be hosting a reception at NCUR for all LGBTA conference attendees and students at IC. This event will be hosted on Thursday, March 31st from 4:30-5:30 pm in the Klingenstein Lounge of the Campus Center. The reception will give conference attendees and IC students the chance to socialize and network in a comfortable setting with snacks and drinks provided. It will be a great opportunity to meet LGBTA individuals from all over the country! Whether you identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, an ally, or any other label, please come join us to celebrate diversity at NCUR! And to find a listing of all the NCUR conference sessions on LGBTA themes, check the LGBT NCUR At-A-Glance Quick Guide on this page.
Monday, November 1, 2010
Hey NCUR attendees, or POTENTIAL attendees!
When thinking about your topic for your proposal, don’t be afraid to research deeply embedded social issues or controversial topics!
We are looking for all different aspects of diversity with the proposals. All LGBT and Allied Students, and non-LGBTA students interested in orientation and identity themes, should consider submitting proposals! LGBTA issues are often not addressed in national conferences, so why not make this the year it does!
“Speaking on behalf of the executive committee, it would be a wonderful achievement for NCUR 2011 to be (in all respects) more inclusive than past conferences” –David Prunty
There is no need to feel intimidated about the submission process, and it’s easier than you think!
It is important to remember that all abstracts are evaluated based on their academic merit, so that is the single, overriding factor in what gets selected. At the same time, faculty who are making the selections will be trying to ensure a broad base of representation from various disciplines.
No one’s voice should be left unheard!
So…go SUBMIT THAT ABSTRACT!