1. November 22, 2021

    Associate professor’s love of dance started early

    A dramaturg, dance historian and theorist, Clare Croft is associate professor of American culture in LSA. She also has launched and curated projects to promote queer dance and open dialogue in that sphere.

  2. January 17, 2021

    Social exclusion, career limitations hinder LGBTQ in STEM

    LGBTQ professionals in STEM fields are more likely to experience career limitations, social exclusion and harassment, and devaluation of their scientific and technical knowledge than non-LGBTQ peers.

  3. January 15, 2020

    U-M shares resources for LGBTQA staff, faculty and allies

    Besides resources and opportunities to support LGBTQA students, U-M has a number of support programs to build a sense of community for faculty and staff and to educate allies and advocates.

  4. October 21, 2019

    Professor helps amplify voices through music, research

    Nadine Hubbs, professor of women’s studies and music, is author of the forthcoming book, “Country Mexicans,” which examines Mexican-American engagements with country music.

  5. April 29, 2019

    Lecturer aims to combat health care disparities in local communities

    During her second week conducting a study on pediatric HIV in Durban, South Africa, Leseliey Welch walked into one of the local hospital rooms to witness a young mother crying over her infant’s crib. “That day is when I realized that health is about more than doctors,” said Welch.

  6. April 22, 2019

    LSA senior works to serve needs of LGBTQ population

    Once Kalei Glozier took psychology courses at U-M, he discovered his passion for the field. Through the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program, the LSA senior gained research experience on psychology projects related to safe spaces on campus and LGBTQ people’s perceptions of heterosexuality.

  7. January 8, 2018

    Panel to highlight health partnership to help LGBTQ youth

    A partnership between the Ruth Ellis Center and the Henry Ford Health System that aims to improve the long-term health outcomes of LGBTQ youth is the topic of a panel discussion.