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Sponsored by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost of the University and LGBTQA Services

How can educators, students and administrators work together to create a more inclusive community for people associated with the LGBTQA community? Join us for this session which will begin with a panel discussion with ASU faculty, staff and students that will discuss their experiences with LGBTQA issues. Following the panel discussion attendees will engage in dialogue to identify ways to assist with creating a more welcoming environment in their communities.

Thursday, February 2, 2012
1:15-2:45 p.m.
Downtown Phoenix Campus, Mercado C145

Light refreshments will be provided
This event is free and open to the entire ASU community
RSVP to by February 1

University Dialogue is a multiyear initiative sponsored by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost of the University. It is intended to facilitate campus dialogue and discussion around issues and challenges related to diversity. Attendees are expected to gain a better understanding of the topic and learned strategies that can be applied in the workplace or the classroom to advance a more inclusive environment. The ultimate goal of the University Dialogue is to develop a welcoming climate for all individuals and viewpoints. Some of the previous topics have included: Disabilities in and Inclusive Environment and Interfaith Dialogue.

OUTSpoken Dialogues sponsored by LGBTQA Services is a series for those seeking the opportunity to have dialogues (not debates) about different topics that address the experiences of LGBTQA individuals and communities. Some of the previous topics have included: Queer People of Color and The Revolving Door: Coming Out/Staying Out.

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