Safe Space Training on Salem Campus

Training Offered to be LGBTQ+ Ally on Salem Campus

Regardless of where you are on campus, if you interact with students or other employees, you will meet people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (LGBTQ+).

Safe Space: Ally Training 101

is the first training in the Kent State University Safe Space training series, which is an on-going effort to make our campus and communities safer places for all people – regardless of sex or gender.

This training is being offered on the Salem Campus from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 7 in room 160.

Participants will learn about bias, stereotypes, current vocabulary and best practices for handling gender and sexuality topics with sensitivity. After completing the training, participants will receive “Safe Space Ally” signs for their offices, indicating their support of the LGBTQ+ community and knowledge of basic gender and sexuality concepts.

Having a basic understanding of correct terminology, and an understanding of what it means to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community, is essential to supporting all people at the university, regardless of sex and gender.

To register for the Safe Space: Go To Ally Training 101

This training also counts for Beyond Compliance requirements.

 

POSTED: Friday, September 9, 2016 08:19 AM
UPDATED: Tuesday, June 18, 2024 10:01 AM

Step in. Stand out! That was a common theme among student speakers and graduates at this year's Kent State University's Regional Campus spring graduation ceremonies.

From the shores of Lake Erie to the banks of the Ohio River, more than 1,600 Regional Campus students graduated with master's, bachelor's and associate degrees, along with certificate programs certifications.

Greetings:
By the time you read this, we will have wrapped up another successful academic year on the Kent State Salem and East Liverpool campuses. The past several weeks were filled with a flurry of activities that mark the culmination of hard work by our students, faculty, administrators and staff, while also helping to define our place in the communities in which we are based.

Kent State University at East Liverpool held its annual nursing pinning ceremony May 9, during which 30 students were recognized for receiving degrees through the associate degree in nursing (ADN) program.