One day in 2014, while standing at the office printer, Amy Ellard-Gray and Thomas Sasso, two PhD candidates in the Department of Psychology, started talking about their research. In spite of having offices next to each other for years, this was the first time they realized that both had deep research interests in sexual and gender diversity.
The Sexual and Gender Diversity Research Lab aims to provide
a supportive learning environment for individuals who are interested in
conducting sexual and gender diversity research. Open to graduate and
undergraduate students, faculty members, and community partners with all levels
of experience, the lab’s peer-mentoring style transfers knowledge and skills in
a collaborative, rather than top-down, manner.
Members of the Sexual and Gender Diversity Research Lab.
Ongoing projects with the Sexual and Gender Diversity Research Lab.