22 Feb 2018
Event to shine light on LGBT+ research conducted at Loughborough University
An event highlighting the important LGBT+ research conducted at Loughborough University is to take place later this year, it has been announced.
The University’s Doctoral College will host ‘LGBT+ Research at Loughborough’ on 2 May 2018 in CC021 James France.
The event will feature the work being carried out by a range of researchers and academics and will give attendees the chance to: ask questions, network with others, and learn about the University’s Staff LGBT+ Group and the LSU’s LGBT+ Association.
LGBT+ Research at Loughborough will run from 1pm-4pm. The speakers taking part in the event and the titles of their presentations will be announced in due course.
It is free to attend and all are welcome. Those interested can book a place here.
If you have any questions about this event and/or would like to present your LGBT+ research, please contact Dr Katryna Kalawsky at K.E.A.Kalawsky@lboro.ac.uk.
The event announcement coincides with LGBT+ History Month, which runs for the entirety of February. To mark the occasion, the Students’ Union is hosting a variety of events, which you can learn more about here.