Faculty and staff are involved with the LGBTQ+ community in a variety of ways. Join the LGBT Colleague Network, attend one of many events offered to the larger Cornell community, or explore the many academic and social offerings for the LGBTQ+ community at Cornell. Many faculty and staff also collaborate with the LGBT Resource Center to organize speakers, panels, and other events across campus to assist with creating an even more inclusive campus community. Please connect with us and share your experiences and thoughts about LGBTQ+ life at Cornell.
The LGBT Resource Center is equipped to provide many different services, depending on the needs of individuals. Below is a list of some the programs and services we offer. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss additional programs and services.
Cornell has a number of different resources for people interested in the study of human sexuality and gender. Within our Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (FGSS), we have a program in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies. Within our libraries, we have a world renowned Human Sexuality Collection, which seeks to preserve and make accessible primary sources that document historical shifts in the social construction of sexuality, with a focus on U.S. lesbian and gay history and the politics of pornography.
The Cornell University Colleague Network Groups (CNGs) are university sponsored employee resource groups for traditionally underrepresented minorities and allies of those groups. The CNGs provide a professional support system that can extend beyond the workplace. Each CNG advocates for a specific demographic within the Cornell faculty and staff community to improve the recruitment and retention efforts as well as the climate for the community as a whole. The CNGs enhance the Cornell culture by providing feedback and programs to develop an environment that fully engages and cultivates all of the faculty and staff of Cornell University.
The mission of the Cornell University LGBT Colleague Network Group is to raise awareness about the workplace issues faced by LGBT faculty and staff; provide networking opportunities for LGBT faculty and staff; and to support the recruitment and retention efforts of LGBT faculty and staff at Cornell University. In addition, the LGBT CNG serves as a resource network for all members of the Cornell community.
For more information about the LGBT Colleague Network Group, please contact Cassandre Joseph at (607) 255-3976 or email@example.com.
First Fridays of Ithaca is a monthly social networking event for local, diverse professionals. First Fridays is a great opportunity to network, socialize with colleagues in a relaxed setting and meet new colleagues. First Friday events have been held worldwide on the first Friday of every month since the late 1980s. Come and join this global phenomenon of professional camaraderie right here in Ithaca. Contact Cassandre Joseph at (607) 255-3976 or firstname.lastname@example.org to join the mailing list or for more information.
Cornell University is committed to creating a safe and respectful campus for all members of our community including those of all gender identities. This page provides general guidelines for specific areas of campus life related to gender identity & gender expression.
Please review the following documents regarding the incorporation of LGBTQ+ issues in the classroom environment. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
• LGBTQ Issues in Your Curriculum
• LGBTQ Assessment for the Classroom
As a Center, we recognize the need to provide resources to our community that are both inside and outside of Cornell. With this in mind, we have attempted to provide an array of resources internal and external of Cornell. Please visit our Resource section for an array of resources that might be helpful to your time at Cornell.
For more information regarding faculty and staff engagement opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.