Mailing Lists & Research
Cornell has four electronic mailing lists for people interested in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning issues. Allies are encouraged to join as well. Please join the list that best fits your association with Cornell University.
Everyone is invited to join the LGBT-Community list as well, but please be advised that you may receive multiple notifications of events due to cross-listing. All of the lists, with the exception of the community list, are intended for informational and advertising purposes only. Members on these lists should expect to receive one email per week. If you wish to be added to any of the lists below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To advertise on these lists, please forward your request to email@example.com.
- LGBT FACULTY & STAFF: An information and events list for LGBT and ally identified faculty/staff.
- LGBT UNDERGRADUATES: An information and events list for LGBT and ally identified undergraduate students.
- LGBT GRADUATE STUDENTS: An information and events list for LGBT and ally identified graduate students.
- LGBT COMMUNITY: An open forum for the LGBT and Ally Community at Cornell University, Ithaca, and beyond. Members of this list are able to post to the list.
The LGBT Resource Center Policy on Research Studies
If you are seeking LGBT-identified persons from the Cornell community for participation in an academic research project or study, you may contact the LGBT Resource Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a Cornell affiliate, we will pass on your call for participants to the student leaders that are affiliated with our center and Haven: The LGBTQ Student Union to offer them the opportunity to participate in your research study.
If you are a non-Cornell affiliated research group or individual, we are not able to forward your message to individual students or student groups. However, we do offer to post a call for participants on our LGBT Resource Center website to offer students the opportunity to participate in your research study. Proof of IRB approval (at Cornell or your home institution) is required. We appreciate your interest in involving members of the Cornell LGBT community in your projects.