QScholars Undergraduate Research Symposium

4th Annual QScholars Undergraduate Research Symposium

“Paint Yourself Whole: Navigating Intersectionality in a Divided World”

Friday, May 5th, 2017, Kerchoff Grand Salon

This year’s theme will explore the various intersectionalities within the LGBTQ(+) identity spectrum and how we navigate and embrace these multiple aspexts of our identity in a divided world. We are seeking papers that exploew what it means to possess a LGBTQ(+) identity in dialogue (or conflict) with one’s religion, sex, gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic class, ability, legal status, and place of origin.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: 

Josh Feldman (Creator, Writer, and role of Michael)

Josh is a writer who won a Young Playwrights Award from Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., and has had his work published in online publications as well as in Hustler magazine. He’s from a deaf family and went to Gallaudet University in Washington D.C. During his first few years in L.A., he worked as a script reader and as a writer at an immigration law firm before focusing exclusively on writing and acting.

Here is a link about the film http://series.superdeluxe.com/thechances/

FREE Breakfast, lunch, and after-event reception when you sign up at the event!

Event is free but you must Register here 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

The following co-sponsors made this year’s symposium possible!