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The Hamline University Safe Zone Network is a group of university community members who are committed to addressing issues of importance to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community through education and advocacy.
Members of the Safe Zone Network participate in a four-hour introductory workshop and on-going educational sessions on issues of particular interest to the membership.
Recent educational sessions have focused on such diverse topics as Coming Out, Religion and Spirituality, Legal Issues in the GLBT community, Bisexuality and Transgender Issues. Additionally, members have the opportunity to serve on the Safe Zone Network Advisory Committee and/or of the four sub-committees: Training; Programming, Research and Assessment; Awareness, Advocacy and Action.
Created and launched in January 2005 by Student Affairs staff members, Javier Gutierrez and Carlos D. Sneed, to date over 500 members of the university committee have participated in the training and educational activities of the Safe Zone Network. Of these, 275 members are current members of the community, including staff, students, faculty and administrators.
Below are links to recent reports conducted by the Hedgeman Center in 2011-2012 rating the how LGBTQ friendly Hamline's campus is based on an index created by the national organization Campus Pride. View the documents below for more information. Also, click here to see the website where Hamline's results are posted.
LGBT-FRIENDLY CAMPUS CLIMATE INDEX EXECUTIVE SUMMARY & RECOMMENDATIONS
NOTE: The Hedgeman Center's Coalition for LGBTQ Issues recognizes that any national assessment tool may have limitations in applicability to a particular campus. The Campus Climate Index is NOT a replacement or substitute for campus climate research which examines more holistically campus attitudes/perceptions of LGBTQ and Ally campus life. We also recognize that this rating is not a reflection of any one person’s experience or the experiences of an entire community of individuals here at Hamline. This tool will be used as a benchmark and a way of gauging Hamline in regards to other comparable institutions in the areas this tool assesses.
The Hedgeman Center "Voice and Vision" NewsletterUpcoming EventsWesley CenterInternational and Off-Campus ProgramsStudent AffairsDiversity Integration
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