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COUGAR ALLY TRAINING (HRT015)
Who should attend: Open to all employees (staff and faculty).
How long: 3 hours
An Ally is a safe and knowledgeable person who is willing to provide support and information for LGBTQ students, staff and faculty.
This is a LGBT diversity training for staff, faculty and students. It will provide factual information and dispel myths about LGBT individuals and aims to reduce homophobia and heterosexism on campus. The training provides a safe and open environment to talk about issues of sexual orientation, and invites participants to be open to new ideas regarding LGBT people.
People who attend this training should do so on a voluntary basis.
For questions regarding student enrollment, please contact Loraine Schroeder, LGBT Resource Center Director, at 713-743-5463.
Please register in PASS at:
The course number is HRT015.