GLBT Concerns Committee 

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Shippensburg University

 

Welcome to the online presence of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and ally (LGBT QIA) resources and organizations at Shippensburg University! We encourage members of the LGBT QIA community, as well as family, friends, and supporters, to explore our website. You will find information regarding "coming out," upcoming events, Safe Zones, and organizations at the university. We also have provided links to connect you with community resources and LGBTQIA news.

Shippensburg University's student newspaper, The Slate, wrote an article covering the recent student training. Read the article by going to The Slate Online!


Events on Campus 

February 18, 19, 20 - "The Vagina Monologues" 
                                  Shows held at 8 pm, with a 6:30 pm call time.
                                  Sponsored by the Women's Center

March 1 - Women's History Month Speaker: Molly Barker
                Barker, founder of Girls on the Run, will share about the organization and the lessons learned over her 18 years of leadership.
                CUB MPR at 7 pm

March 9-13 - Keystone Conference
                     Harrisburg, PA
                     www.keystone-conference.org

March 22 - LGBTQ+ and the Military: A Conversation with Kristin Beck
                  Beck's documentary, Lady Valor, followed by Q&A with Kristin Beck
                  Memorial Auditorium from 4 pm - 6 pm
                 
March 31 - April 1 - 9th Annual GSA Summit (High School Days)

April 2 - 9th Annual GSA Summit (College Days)

April 6 - Dr. Rachel Levine
              Old Main Chapel at 5:00 pm

April 12 - Out for Work: A workshop about LGBT Identity in the Workplace
                Orndorff Theater, CUB, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Don't Say...

The Shippensburg University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee launched a "Don't Say" campaign as a way to create an awareness of the inappropriate language used toward various groups of people. Go to the the SAAC homepage to check out the campaign in full!

dont say


What LGBTQ student want their professors to know…

Here's a quick video that captures the diversity that is gender identity and highlights key issues and concerns!


 



Contact Us

Co-Chairs, GLBT Concerns Committee:

Jayleen Galarza, PhD, LCSW, MEd
Assistant Professor
Social Work and Gerontology Department
Shippen Hall 333
717-477-1655 
jgalarza@ship.edu

Matthew Shupp, Ed.D
Assistant Professor
Counseling & College Student Personnel
Shippen Hall 111
717-477-1676
mrshupp@ship.edu