Featured Workshops

The Boiler Inclusion Project 

Location: Online

All incoming Purdue students are presented with a 50-minute program that uses empirical research to explore issues of diversity and inclusion. The program can also be viewed here.

Safe Zone Training

Location/Time: June 18th 2:00-5:00pm (registor to find out location; see below)

Want to learn more about how to foster an inclusive environment for the LGBTQ community? This interactive workshop welcomes everyone from students, staff, and faculty, to members of the Lafayette and West Lafayette community.

Register here.

Trans Inclusion Training

Stay tuned for upcoming workshops in Fall 2019.

This workshop provides training on best practices for supporting transgender individuals. All are welcome, and this workshop does not require prior Safe Zone attendance.

The Arriagnew Relationships and Close Connections (ARCC) Lab

Interested in learning more about romantic partnerships and other close relationships? This psychology lab conducts studies on close connections, for example, how people manage difficulties in developing and maintaining closeness and what makes people feel secure, valued, and fulfilled in their relationships. If you are interested in participating in a study, visit this page. If you are interested in becoming involved in this research, this lab also welcomes applications.

 

 

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