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Doug Case, pioneer of LGBTQ work in fraternity and sorority life, receives the Shaffer Award at this week’s AFA annual meeting

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Case’s involvement with the Lambda 10 Project has included two national research projects on the experiences of LGBT members of fraternities and sororities. Doug Case, a longtime friend of Campus Pride and the Lambda 10 Project, will be recognized this week at the 2012 Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) Annual Meeting. Case will receive the […]

LGBT Studies Programs Begin At Three California Colleges

LGBT history will never be kept hidden in California now that three public colleges in the state are set to offer students an accredited LGBT Studies Program. City College of San Francisco was actually the first public college in the country to begin offering an LGBT Studies curriculum way back in 1978. The program evolved […]

Back to School, Back to Progress: More Colleges ‘Come Out,’ Make Campuses Safer, More Welcoming for LGBT students

Growing number of colleges receive Campus Pride’s five-star gay-friendliness rating, nearly doubles from last year This Fall a growing number of American colleges and universities are taking steps to make their campuses safer and more inclusive for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students, according to the new ratings from the Campus Pride’s LGBT-Friendly Campus […]

JUST ANNOUNCED: Campus Pride Climate Index ranks gay-friendliness of American colleges and universities just in time for ‘Back to School’; Nineteen schools nationwide make highest five-star rating

Campus Pride Climate Index ranks gay-friendliness of American colleges and universities just in time for ‘Back to School’ Nineteen schools nationwide make highest five-star rating; Other schools taking positive steps to ‘come out’ for their LGBT students (Charlotte, NC) – As thousands of students return to their college or university campus and as many step […]