LGBTA Society of UVa-Wise
LGBTA Society of UVa-Wise
A student organization representing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, questioning/queer, and allied students, staff and faculty of The University of Virginia's College at Wise. We promote and advocate for acceptance of and protection for sexual minority students, as well as for gay rights in general. Membership will remain confidential. Faculty advisors are Rut Roman (276-376-4561) and Preston Mitchell (276-376-4659) .
UVa-Wise Resource Information
Safe Zone is a group of faculty and staff members at UVa-Wise who agree to be emphatic and informed about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender issues on campus. Faculty and staff who display the Safe Zone logo in their offices and/or on their syllabi welcome conversations with any students who have concerns or questions regarding the GLBT population. For more information, contact Beth Tipton at 276-328-6826.
Gender Issues Committee
The Gender Issues Committee at UVa-Wise is an interdisciplinary group of faculty that meets monthly to discuss new works in the field of Gender and Queer studies and to exchange, support, and cultivate new ways of engaging with LGBT/Q/Sexuality Studies across the disciplines and across institutions if you are interested in joining us please contact Professor Roman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In our effort to support our student's LGBTA Society in their recently created endeavor we are organizing several events that will be held throughout the semester starting March 16th at the University of Virginia's College at Wise. These weekly events include faculty lectures, students papers and forums.
If you would like to discuss gender issues thought history, art, cultures and religions you are most welcome to join a small and friendly audience very much interested in what you have to say. Please consider our invitation and look our for our calendar of events. If you have a topic or a paper that you would like to share let us know if you are interested in reading a paper or discussing gender issues you are most welcome. Contact Rut Roman at 276-376-4561 for more information.
Counseling Services, a unit of the Center for Student Development in Cantrell Hall, provides short-term counseling that focuses on addressing students’ personal concerns that may hinder current and/or future learning and personal development. Students seek counseling for a variety of reasons which may include, but are not limited to, stress; depression; anxiety; relationship issues; family issues; roommate conflict; grief and loss; LGBT issues; and personal growth. Should you find yourself struggling with issues related to personal identity, sexual orientation, or coming out to friends and family, please feel free to schedule an appointment with the Counseling office at 276-376-1005 to assist you with your concerns.
- Southwest Virginia Resources (Equality Virginia)
- Equality Virginia
- People of Faith for Equality in Virginia
- The Coalition for Transgender Rights in Virginia
- Human Rights Campaign
- Lambda Legal
- Pride at Work
- National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
- The Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network
- The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)
- Bisexual Foundation
University of Virginia Nondiscrimination Policy (2002)
Consistent with Federal and State law, the University does not discriminate in any of its programs, procedures, or practices on the basis of age, color, disability, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or veteran status. The University operates equal opportunity and affirmative action programs for faculty, staff, and students, including discriminatory harassment policies and procedures. The University of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
The Office of Equal Opportunity Programs (Office of EOP) is responsible for the enforcement of the University non-discrimination obligation. A faculty member, staff employee, or student having a complaint of prohibited discrimination may file a discrimination complaint with the Office of EOP subject to the standards and in accordance with the “University of Virginia Discrimination Complaint Procedures.”
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