Our Minor Programs and General Education courses provide students with multidisciplinary perspectives on human sexuality ranging from the biology of sexuality to sexual health education, from the history of sexuality to social justice movements for sexual and gender minorities, from sexuality in the arts and literature to cross-cultural explorations of sexuality. In all of our teaching and research we aspire to create inclusion and endeavor to challenge our students and expect excellence from them.
The Minor in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies intends to delineate and analyze meanings that have been associated with varying sexual and gender orientations in various artistic, biological, cultural, educational, ethical, historical, and literary contexts; and examine the related issues of mixed-gender and cross-gender roles and practices.
The Minor in Sexuality Studies provides students with knowledge about human sexuality including basic knowledge about sexual behavior, human reproduction, intimate relationships, sexuality and evolution, sexual attraction, arousal and response, sexual dysfunction, sexually-transmitted infections and diseases, contraception and safer sexual practices, sexual and gender orientations, sexual and intimate partner violence as well as, sexuality across the life course.
Fall 2017 Sexuality Studies/LGBT Minor Advisors
|Student Last Name||Minor Advisor||Office||Hours|
|A - L||Rita Melendez||
HSS 378: to sign up for an appointment click on the following:
|TH: 1 - 2:30|
|M - Z||Christopher Carrington||HSS 369 and via StudyRoom||MWF: 9 - 10:00|