Eastern Michigan University
Research and application of research surrounding the LGBTQ community is central to the work of the Center. We are vitally interested in what's going on in our world, both on the street and in the classroom.
The Center for the Study of Equality and Human Rights has awarded research support to:
- John Palladino, Eastern Michigan University and Mark Giesler, Saginaw Valley State University: "In or Out when Out and About: Identifying the Professional Support Needs of LGBT Preservice Social Workers and Teachers"
- Natalie Dove, Eastern Michigan University and Randal Brown, University of Nevada – Reno: "Promoting Equal Rates of STI Testing for LGBT Individuals"
- Jon M. Wargo, Michigan State University: "Elastic Literacies: Mapping Queer Identities and the Social Fault Lines of (In)Equality in Educative Spaces"
- Stephen L. Rassi, Eastern Michigan University: "Understanding Practice Issues with Transgender People: Listening to Practitioner and Client Voices"
- Stefanie Arrieta, Eastern Michigan University Undergraduate Student: "Educators' Perceptions of Why Youth with Emotional Impairments Engage in Same-Sex Behaviors"
- Silvana Alfaro-Bordon, Eastern Michigan University Undergraduate Student: "Effect of EPIC Panel Presentations on the Attitude of EMU Students toward LGBT Individuals"
- John Palladino, Eastern Michigan University: "When Safe Space Isn't So Safe: LGBT Victimization in the K-12 Classroom"
- Elizabeth Currans, Eastern Michigan University: "Lesbian Public Protests and Resistance" book chapters for "Engendering Publics: Women's Demonstrations in the 21st Century U.S."
- MaryAnn Watson, Eastern Michigan University: "Historical and Contemporary Representations of LGBT Persons on Television"
If you are a faculty member, graduate student or undergraduate student at Eastern Michigan University or similar institution conducting or interested in conducting research surrounding the LGBT Community, please contact us. We'd like to hear from you.