Lambda Bridges LBGTQA
The mission of the Lambda Bridges Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Ally (LGBTQA) Program Office is to serve the campus and broader community by promoting a welcoming and inclusive environment for all, through education, advocacy and empowerment.
The purpose of the Lambda Bridges LGBTQA Program Office is to provide diverse, thought-provoking and educational programs, activities, resources and services for California University of Pennsylvania and surrounding communities centering on LGBT-related issues.
Some of the resources available to the students, faculty and staff include a modest library of books, magazines, and DVD’s.
The Lambda Bridges office is located in Carter Hall, in the Multicultural Affairs Suite (G-28), room G-16.
For more information, contact the Lambda Bridges LGBTQA Program Office at 724-938-5758 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lambda Bridges strives to create a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere for Cal U’s campus and surrounding communities by engaging in open dialogue about issues that affect LGBTQIA individuals.
The Lambda Bridges office will offer educational programming that fosters an understanding of the diversity within the LGBTQA community and promotes ally development to create an open and affirming environment for all.
Lambda Bridges will advocate for the specific and unique needs of the LGBTQA community and provide support for anyone dealing with coming-out or relationship issues, discrimination, or harassment. Through collaboration and community-building with campus departments, we will strive to create a safe and welcoming campus climate for all.
Lambda Bridges will empower the Cal U campus and surrounding communities to stand up against homophobia. Through leadership development, we will promote a more civically engaged community that values the dignity and worth of all.
Lambda Bridges LGBTQA
Carter Hall G-16
Lambda Bridges Events
LGBTQA ally program, formerly Safe Zone
Once-a-month discussion of current events that effect the LGBTQA community
Student gay-straight alliance
Out 'n Proud
Janis M. Zivic ’64 Scholarship
Kate Kendall, executive director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), talked about advancing the rights of all people, including members of the GLBTQA community, during the opening event for Lambda Bridges at Cal U.