Q Center

Classes of Interest

Queer 101

Queer 101 is a 2 credit focus group that we offer each year out of the Q Center through the Comparative History of Ideas Department. It is a credit/no credit discussion based class that focuses on queer/LGBTQ issues through an intersectional and liberatory lens. These topics include history, (trans*) gender, sexuality, disability, class, access, race, age, bodies, normativity, religion, etc. This class is for anyone at any level of engagement and familiarity with this material.

This class is facilitated by undergraduate peers working with the Director of the Q Center and an Undergraduate advisor. The class will typically be discussion focused. The schedule for Queer 101 varies every quarter. Please contact the Education Coordinator at qzone@uw.edu for updated information.

GRADUATE STUDIES

The Fordham Queery

For graduate students from any discipline interested in working with qualitative and quantitative data collected from queer, trans, and two-spirit students regarding their experiences with exclusion and inclusion:

If YOU are interested in being a researcher or have questions, come on down to the Q center as we will be answering questions!

The Fordham Que(e)ry is a multi-site research collaboration surveying sexual and gender minority students at colleges and universities across the US and Canada about campus climate. For more information, email qcenter@uw.edu.

 

Sexuality and Queer Studies Graduate Certificate

See the Department of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies website for more info