Symposia and Workshops

Part of the NOGLSTP mission is to educate all communities regarding scientific, technological, and medical concerns of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people. As an affiliate of American Association for Advancement of Science, NOGLSTP has been able to present symposia during the AAAS Annual Meetings, a venue for sharing cutting edge discoveries and high-impact science. In addition to AAAS symposia, NOGLSTP has presented career workshops, coming out workshops, and mentoring workshops at various national society meetings.

Here is a partial list of these educational activities.

  • 2011: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender: On Campus and at Work
  • 2010: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender: On Campus and at Work
  • 2010: Targeting HIV/AIDS Prevention: New Research and Future Avenues
  • 2007: Security Clearance Issues: Special Concerns for LGBT Scientists, Engineers, and High-Technology Professionals
  • 2007: Electronic Mentoring Programs: Benefits to Minority Communities in Science and Technology
  • 2006: LGBT-Targeted Science and Technology Mentoring Programs: Employee Resource Group Participation
  • 2005: Defining Male and Female: Biology and the Law
  • 2002: Scientific & Ethical Perspectives on the Risks of HIV/AIDS Therapeutics
  • 1997: Assessing the Health Care Needs of the GLBT Communities
  • 1994: Social, Ethical, and Scientific Perspectives of Biological Research on Sexual Orientation
  • 1985: Homophobia and Social Attitudes -Their Impact on AIDS Research

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