Next Meeting - September 9, 4:30, JFB B-1

Hello everyone,

Welcome back! We're excited to kick off the semester with our first meeting on Monday, September 9th 4:30 - 5:30 in JFB B-1.

The first half of our meeting will be dedicated to administrative plans (committees, seminar series, budget) and the second half will be dedicated to a discussion led by Andy and Dylan. We will be talking about the recent New York Times article, "Many Genes Influence Same-Sex Sexuality, Not a Single 'Gay Gene'". You might also find the original published study interesting to read. However, the primary focus will be how society reported on the science.

See you Monday!

Next Meeting - 3.28.2019, 4pm, Marriott Library 1150

Our next meeting will be on Thursday, March 28, 2019, 4:00pm, at the Marriott Library, Room 1150.

We will be discussing the work of Erin Cech, a sociologist who has published research on the experience of LGB(T) students in STEM fields:

Queered Science: Why Social Justice and STEM Fields Should Hang Out More Often

For extra credit / reference: Navigating the heteronormativity of engineering: the experiences oflesbian, gay, and bisexual students


Social Hour - February 7, 6pm @ Eva

We will meet at Eva downtown on Thursday, February 7, from 6pm on. Eva offers small plates (vegan/vegetarian options available) and a lot of different drinks (alcoholic/virgin). We hope to see you there!

First meeting - January 24, 4pm

Join us for the first meeting of the LGBTQ+ STEM Interest Group at the University of Utah. We are seeking to create change in our campus community with an inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ individuals and allies.

We will be discussing the late Dr. Ben Barres of Stanford University and his work in neurobiology and gender equality in science:

Does Gender Matter?

Deciding to change

We will meet on Thursday, January 24th at 4:00 pm in CSC 206.

For questions or additional information: