Date: Friday, June 13, 2014Time: 2:00pm-4:00pmLocation: Casey Commons (5th Floor of Casey Building)
The Lavender Celebration is an annual celebration to recognize Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and questioning individuals along with their allies. This year the Lavender Celebration will take place on Friday, June 14th in Casey Commons (5th Floor Casey Building).
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2014 Lavender Celebration Award Nominations
Nomination Deadline: May 12th at 5:00pm
Individuals may nominate themselves and there is no limit to the number of nominations one can submit:
This award recognizes an undergraduate student who positively and consistently impacts the LGBTQI community at Seattle University. This student serves as a role model and inspires others to action, promotes a safe environment, and educates the Seattle University community on important LGBTQI related issues.
This award recognizes a graduate or law student who positively and consistently impacts the LGBTQI community at Seattle University. This student serves as a role model and inspires others to action, promotes a safe environment, and educates the Seattle University community on important LGBTQI related issues.
This award recognizes a Seattle University faculty member who has demonstrated a commitment to inclusion of LGBTQ perspectives in the classroom through teaching, curriculum development, expansion of degree programs, or advocacy on campus.
This award recognizes one staff member at Seattle University who has gone above and beyond the requirements of their position to advance an understanding of LGBTQI individuals and their allies by creating a more welcoming and affirming climate at Seattle University.
This award recognizes a group or organization that has worked diligently and consistently over the course of the 2011-2012 academic year to promote visibility, acceptance, and awareness of Queer needs, issues, and concerns at Seattle University, including the promotion of diversity and social justice.
This award recognizes an event at Seattle University that advanced an understanding of and/or improved the climate on campus for LGBTQI individuals and their allies. This may include, but is not limited to programs or events hosted by departments, student organizations and clubs.
(previously the outstanding undergraduate student award)
(previously the outstanding graduate / law student award)
(previously the outstanding faculty / staff award)
(previously the outstanding group / organization award)
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