Congratulations to Veronica Vicencio Diaz, from Carleton!

  • Posted on: 16 October 2017
  • By: jefferson

Congratulations to Veronica Vicencio Diaz, this year's winner of the Gary Sealey Award!

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Veronica is in her second year of a Master's program in Anthropology at Carleton University.

Her award-winning research concentrates on two towns in Veracruz, Mexico, as they represent the places she grew up and navigated during her childhood and teenage years, as well as where her existing LGBTQ network resides.

Congratulations to Teija Yli-renko, Laurentian University

  • Posted on: 10 July 2017
  • By: lambdaadmin

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We are proud to present to you Teija Yli-renko, this year's winner of the Grant Halle Lambda Award, at Laurentian University - Université Laurentienne! Many congratulations!

Teija is currently completing her thesis on parenting stress and minority stress in terms of lesbian parenthood, to finish the requirements of her BA in Psychology from Laurentian.

Congratulations to Luke MacNeill, University of New Brunswick

  • Posted on: 1 November 2016
  • By: lambdaadmin

Congratulations to Luke MacNeill, University of New Brunswick

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Luke MacNeill is a PhD student in Experimental Psychology at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John. His current research is looking at how LGBTI portrayals in the media affect viewers’ attitudes and prejudice. Past research has shown that watching positive portrayals of gay male television characters can reduce viewers’ prejudice toward actual gay males. Luke’s current study extends this research by assessing changes in prejudice after viewers watch negative portrayals of such characters. Given the increasing number of LGBTI figures in the media, this study has important implications in terms of how people perceive actual LGBTI individuals.

 

Jack Hallam Human Rights Award Presented to Taryn Muldoon

  • Posted on: 16 September 2016
  • By: lambdaadmin

Congratulations to our Jack Hallam Human Rights Award Winner, Gulf Island Secondary School, 20l6.

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Taryn Muldoon has been very active is LGBTQ issues on Salt Spring Island as Member at Large and the youth voice on the Board of the Gay and Lesbian Organization of Salt Spring Island (GLOSSI). In that capacity, Taryn, an advocate for visibility and outreach, has staffed tables at community events, has started several youth initiatives, and has been a speaker and/or co-facilitator at several  workshops, for both  parents and young people, centering on sexuality and gender. The Jack Hallam Human Rights Award is presented annually to students who most effectively work to improve LGBTQ and other human rights in the school and their community.

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