Author: Danielle Lindner

Dr. Michael Levine, an internationally-recognized expert on body image and eating disorders prevention, will be on campus Monday, Oct. 14 – Wednesday, Oct. 16. There are two opportunities to engage with Dr. Levine that may be of interest to faculty. …

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Dr. Michael Levine, an internationally recognized expert on body image and eating disorders prevention, will be giving a presentation titled, “Be the changes you wish to see in the culture:” 10 Principles for Becoming a Bolder Model of Eating Disorder …

Body Image & Eating Disorders Prevention Presentation: Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 7:30 p.m. Read More »

The Gender Studies Program proudly announces the annual Ann Morris Essay and Creative Writing Contest, where we will award up to $500 for Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Essays, Research and Creative Non-Fiction. Entries must in some way address the issues of …

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The Gender Studies Program proudly announces the annual Ann Morris Essay and Creative Writing Contest, where we will award up to $500 for Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Essays, Research, and Creative Non-Fiction. Entries must in some way address the issues of …

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Members of the university community are invited to attend an interdisciplinary panel discussion exploring LGBTQ issues following the legalization of same-sex marriage to be held on Thursday, Feb. 18, from 7-9 p.m. in the Stetson Room. Panelists include local attorney …

Love Wins – What Now? LGBTQ Issues after Marriage Equality Read More »