In Fall 2016, UNO launched an “Out at UNO” campaign, in an effort to create visibility for queer and trans spectrum people who are often invisible to the campus community. Out at UNO is an online visual depiction of LBGTQIA+ faculty, staff, and graduate students on campus. We hope this effort will demonstrate to prospective and current students, faculty, staff, and the broader community that there are many LGBTQIA+ people here at UNO and are celebrated in the campus community!
From now through August 11, the campaign is welcoming new faculty, staff, and graduate students to join the campaign who identify as LGBTQIA+.
Fill out the form on MavSYNC to join. Also, current Out at UNO advocates are welcome to update their information at this time as well.
Note: You can remove yourself at anytime.
The purpose of the campaign is to connect students and colleagues with queer and trans people in their colleges and at the university as a whole.
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