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Feb. 16, 17: Comedy, workshop about sexual identity

By Steve Nakata, Administrative Services

PULLMAN, Wash. – “That’s So Gay!” a one-person play about the personal and public struggles of coming to terms with sexuality and navigating empathy, love and family, will be performed free to the public at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17, in Smith CUE 203 at Washington State University. » More …

Atmospheric research leads to prestigious award

Brian Lamb, Regents Professor in the Department

of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Brian Lamb, Regents Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and colleagues Alex Guenther, David Gay, and Hal Westberg, are the recipients of the prestigious Haagen-Smit Prize.

 

The prize is given to the authors of two papers each year that have been published in the journal, Atmospheric Environment. It is named for Professor Arie Jan Haagen-Smit, who was a pioneer in the field of pollution control and one of the early editors of the journal.

 

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WSU a top school for lesbian, gay students

For gay or lesbian college students who want to feel accepted and supported, WSU is among the nation’s best places to be, according to a new book.Billed as the first and only guide for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered) students on finding the right college, “The Advocate College Guide for LGBT Students,” authored by Shane L. Windmeyer, highlights the best 100 colleges and universities that offer resources and create a positive living and learning environment.Heidi Stanton, director of the Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center, said WSU’s inclusion in this book gives credibility to the work the center does on behalf of students. Universities are … » More …

GLBA Center changes name

PULLMAN — The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Allies Program at Washington State University has changed its name. The program, with offices located in the basement of the Compton Union Building, is now called the Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center.Director Heidi Stanton said that, as a way to ensure the new name stays current for many more years, it was best to choose one that defines the center in broad terms rather than mentioning specific groups. “Our new name is welcoming and inclusive for all members of our community,” she said.The center opened in 1994 to provide support and resources for faculty, staff and … » More …