Education & Workshops

  • Academics

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    Below is a list of EMU academic offerings and academic resources. If you have any suggestions for expanding this list, please email us at [email protected].

  • SAFE Campaign

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    In an effort to provide intentional learning experiences and challenge systems and structures that perpetuate inequities, the LGBT Resource Center offers a number of educational trainings about gender and sexuality. Organizations can request a training tailored to their individual needs by completing our online request form. One campus wide “Safe Zone” training is offered each semester - please check below for the next upcoming date, or email our Coordinator, Amy, at [email protected] for details on upcoming opportunities.
  • EPIC - Eastern Pride Identity Coalition

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    This initiative is coordinated by an undergraduate student to facilitate 360 learning experiences that center student voices in educating their peers about issues facing the LGBTQ+ campus community. A panel educational outreach program, EPIC trains students in public speaking to facilitate open Q&A dialogs within classrooms around topics of gender, sexuality, and other intersecting identities. Panelists who complete at least 6 panels throughout an academic year (one per month) are eligible to receive LBC Group 2 Credit.

    • To request an EPIC panel for your classroom or organization, complete the online request form.
    • To become an EPIC panelist or facilitator, please email the EPIC coordinator, Elijah, at [email protected].
  • Online Resources

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    Looking to learn more about gender and sexuality on your own time? Below is a list of resources and online learning opportunities that are free and open to the public. To chat with an LGBT Resource Center staff member about these educational opportunities or to suggest an addition, please email us at lgbt[email protected].

Request a Training/Workshop

We are happy to offer educational trainings and workshops tailored to your organization’s specific needs. For events involving students that are open to all, many of our workshops are eligible for LBC credit.

Complete the workshop interest form to get started. A staff member from the Resource Center will be in touch within three business days.

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