Document Type

Article

Date of Original Version

7-15-2010

Abstract

This is the Strategic Plan Metrics for the University of Rhode Island’s GLBT Center Plan July 2010. University of Rhode Island GLBT Center; University service; Joe Santiago; Joseph A Santiago; Andrew Winters; Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Programs and Services; Academic Plan Goal: Ensure a Campus Climate that celebrates differences and creates a rich environment.; Student Affairs Goal 7: Optimize collaboration toward developing a culture that embodies equity and celebrates multiculturalism and inclusion.; Develop collaborative opportunities to address contemporary issues impacting upon LGBTIQQ people and communities on and off campus; Promoting a network of continuing support for LGBTIQQ people and their families.; Engaging the LGBTIQQ civil right movement through collaboration with Marriage Equality Rhode Island and other social justice related organizations.; Support and enhance the organizational and programmatic agenda of the URI Gay Straight Alliance.; URI students and GLBT Center staff will collaborate with the officers and members of PFLAG South Central Rhode Island to create, promote, and attend meetings supportive of families and friends of LGBTIQQ people (Measurement: attendance and student feedback).; URI students and GLBT Center staff will collaborate with Marriage Equality Rhode Island to provide educational and activist opportunities in support of achieving marriage equality in Rhode Island and nationally (Measurement: student participation and student ability to discuss marriage and other LGBTIQQ civil rights issues).; GLBT Center staff will promote the successful and ongoing development of the URI Gay Straight Alliance through cooperative planning and presentation of LGBTIQQ activities and programs.; Academic Plan Goal: Ensure a Campus Climate that celebrates differences and creates a rich environment.; Student Affairs Goal 5: In partnership with our Academic colleagues, develop programs and spaces that promote and encourage faculty-student interaction outside the traditional classroom.; Develop and present a monthly series of brown bag discussions open to everyone at URI and neighboring communities to explore LGBTIQQ topics addressing personal, cultural, political, spiritual,; GLBT Center staff will work with a committee of interested faculty, staff, students, and community; historical, and other perspectives of interest and import.; members to accomplish the development and presentation of this series. (measurement: Welcome Wednesday series developed and advertised. Attendance, participation and evaluation.)

 
 

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