The Queer Central (Q.C.) Committee is a working group of Barnard administrators, faculty, and students. This collective meets on a monthly basis to discuss campus issues, general climate, and support/resources that are available to self-identified LGBTQA members Barnard community.
Who are the members of Queer Central? How are they selected?
Q.C. Committee members represent a variety of campus departments/ offices, student organizations, and committed faculty. By gathering a diverse group, we strive to maintain an accurate view of LGBTQA campus climate through representation and imput from different parts of the College.
Current Q.C. members are:
How can I get involved?
For more information about Queer Central or to get involved- please email Pamela Phayme, Committee Chair at email@example.com.
The Diversity Resource Room is the home of Diversity Initiatives' ever-expanding print and media library! Stop by to view the "What We're Reading" display, listen to international music, or gather information about various campus opportunities which are posted on our "Happenings" board! Students are permitted to check-out the library materials for 48 hours. Please see a Diversity Initiatives staff member for more information. To view the books and materials available in the Resource Room, please see our online catalog. For more information about library materials or check out procedures, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Committee on Diversity serves as the means by which students actively research, assess, and engage issues of diversity on campus. Students on this committee survey several areas of Barnard College, in particular, the student body, faculty, and administration, to present thoughtful and practical approaches to improving the dynamics of diversity in all facets of the College. The committee addresses issues of identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, culture, religion, gender, socioeconomic class, education, citizenship, and ability. Working both independently and with support from the Office of Diversity Initiatives, this group seeks to create opportunities for students to meaningfully engage and discuss the above issues. For more information please email the SGA representatives for Diversity, Stephanie Fernandez at email@example.com and Liscare Castro at firstname.lastname@example.org