Show simple item record BrckaLorenz, Allison Fassett, Kyle Merckle, Ryan 2019-09-05T18:50:54Z 2019-09-05T18:50:54Z 2019-04-06
dc.description Presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting en
dc.description.abstract Most research about queerness at colleges and universities has been aimed at examining the student experience. Research on queer faculty often has quantitative limitations, has grown outdated, or is qualitative in nature. From this, we know that the experiences of queer faculty are often difficult. Through a large-scale, multi-institution, multi-year investigation of LGBQ+ faculty, this study aims to give an overview of the academic lives of these understudied academics. We investigate who they are, at what kinds of institutions are they employed, and different ways they contribute to undergraduate education. With this story, we hope to strengthen the voices of qualitative studies and encourage higher education to think more broadly about notions of diversity and identity. en
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dc.title Advancing truth: Expanding our knowledge of LGBQ+ faculty en
dc.type Presentation en

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