Campus Pride’s QRIHE formally Endorses & Supports National Study on Sexual Identity in College through Penn State University
Win $100 VISA Gift Card: Participate in National Survey on Sexual Identity in College
Are you currently a college student?
If so, your help is needed.
Researchers are trying to better understand the influence of sexual identity on higher education outcomes. When you have 15 minutes, please click on the link below to fill out a brief online questionnaire. It asks some very insightful questions and in no way will you or your school be identified. Responses are being collected until May 5th, 2010.
At the end of the survey you will have an opportunity to enter a drawing for a $100 Visa gift card.
Your thoughts and experiences are important! Results from this survey will help administrators at colleges and universities across the country make more informed decisions about LGBQ students.
After you complete the survey, please forward this email to all students who may be interested in taking a survey on sexual identity, particularly those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, questioning and other non-heterosexual identities.
Thanks in advance for your contribution. This survey is being conducted for research purposes by higher education professionals at the Pennsylvania State University. You must be at least 18 years old to participate. Please contact Kip Sorgen at firstname.lastname@example.org with concerns or questions.
Founded in 2008, the Q Research Institute for Higher Education (QRIHE pronounced “queery”) is a national center for the scholarly study of LGBT people in higher education. The QRIHE is owned and operated by the national nonprofit organization Campus Pride. The QRIHE’s primary purpose is to conceive, administer and support national research for LGBT issues in higher education. The QRIHE works to bring visibility and positive change addressing the needs of LGBT people at colleges and universities. The QRIHE supports the mission of Campus Pride to build future LGBT and Ally leaders and safer, more LGBT-friendly campus communities.