By: Amy Ellard-Gray, MA, PhD Candidate, Applied Social Psychology Thomas Sasso, MA, PhD Candidate, Industrial and Organizational Psychology
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.
The Sexual and Gender Diversity Reserach Lab welcomes researchers from all disciplines which is intended to provide an interdisciplinary set of frameworks and lenses through which to see our research. The core research values inherent in the Sexual and Gender Diversity Research Lab include the use of inclusive practices and methodologies, service, as well as a commitment to community-engaged scholarship that gives back to the communities it researches.